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STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 

SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS 




We, the technicians, trained in Salem, this ex- 
cellent center of learning, are about to embark upon 
a life of service. In retrospect, we have viewed our 
period of psychological growth in its entirety and 
compiled this four-year case study in an attempt to 
show you our progress. Most of us came, as you shall 
see, with a firm and serious intent to delve into the 
world of ideas and, at the same time, to enjoy our- 
selves. We hope that from this cumulative record 
you will be able to judge how valuable our environ- 
ment has been. Working in the same stimulating 
environment, may the siblings achieve success also. 

The analysts of Salem are our respected pro- 
fessors, friends, and counselors. All of them have 
participated in leading us out of a period of em- 
bryonic darkness into the light. They have made 
us realize the truth of the saying, "He teaches who 
has taught himself." 



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Message for the Clipper 



March 21, 1957 

When I address you as the Senior Class in a graduation message, 
1 feel that 1 have an unusual opportunity to ask you to think with me 
concerning some of the philosophy that should guide you in your work 
as a scholar and as a teacher. Your purpose is expressed in the choice 
you have made to become a teacher — to dedicate yourself to handing 
on to young Americans true appreciation of our cultural heritage. 

The teacher in America fills a place in society delineated by the 
very fundamental concepts of the democratic form of government. 
The founding fathers intended that society should prepare the growing 
generation for the responsibilities of self-government. The important 
task of preparing the people for their place in society has been given, 
in part at least, to the teachers of the public schools. It is the hope of 
those who have taught you that you will spread the love of learning 
and cultivate intellectual discipline in the pupils you teach. We also 
hope that at the same time your influence will reflect character, judg- 
ment, and moral responsibility. 

Thomas Jefferson called education "the most legitimate engine of 
government." In speaking of democratic government he said, "If a 
nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it 
expects to be what never was and never will be." Thus we see that 
from the beginning the status of the American public school teacher 
has been one of great responsibility to his fellow men. The teacher must 
have not only intellectual competence but also character, judgment, 
and moral fibre. 

Now that you are receiving the bachelor's degree in education and 
know what your purpose is in life, I say to you, "Go forth and gladly 
teach." Enjoy the opportunity of inculcating the fundamentals of 
learning in the minds of future Americans, and at the same time, 
inspire them to meet their responsibilities and appreciate their freedoms. 

May I extend to each of you the best wishes of the faculty and staff 
for happiness and success. May you always keep in your hearts a love 
of teaching and a quest for truth. 

President 



The Clipper Staff 




Editor-in-chief 
Ronald E. Logan 

Assistant Editors 
Judith M. Weber George H. Hesse 

Literary Editor 
Joseph S. Salerno 

Art Editor 
Lucy Kasparian 

Business Manager 
Patricia L. McAvoy 

Ad i ertising Editors 
Helen T. O'Brien Richard G Chapman 

Photography Editors 
; m »mas C. Burki Chester E. Li i 

Associate Editors 

I i uni A. Coccioni Miles J. Cares Carroll E. Hubley 

Secretary 
Pa i -si |. Brow \ 

Advisers 

Business and Literary Art 
Miss Burnham Mr. Panosian 





MISS SMI I I I 



DR. MACKEY 



Faculty 



Department 
of 

Business Education 




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Joseph A. Sullivan 

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MR. HARDY 



Miss \\ I I HAM 





MR. SULLIVAN 



MISS MARSHALL 



Department 
of 

Education 




MISS MUNYAN 




DR. AMSLER 



Dr. James T. Amsler 
Dr. Adele M. Driscoll 
Dr. Leo F. Hennessey 
Dr. Helen J. Keily 
Alfred J. Lustri 
George F. Moody 
Viola F. Munyan 
Dr. Mary A. O'Rourke 
Tauno O. Tamminen 




DR. O'ROURKE 




MR. I.USTRI 




MR. GEER MR. SLATER 



Department of 
Earth Science 

Mildred Bi rm an 
James J. Centorino 
Paul V. Salley 




MR. SALLEY, Chairman 




MR. CENTORINO 



DEPARTMENT OE PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



Physical Education 

1 OR W'OMI N 

Elizabeth A. Gaffney 
Dr. Helen T. Mackey 
Mira Wallace 
Gertrude Williams. R.N. 




MRS. WILLIAMS. R.N. 



Physical Education 
for Men 

Lawrence T. Lowrey 

\MES E. Tw'OHIG 




MR. LOWREY, Chairman DR. TWOHIG 



Department of Handwriting Department of Speech 




Daniel F. Harrigan. Chairman LILLIAN M. HOFF, Chairman 



Junior High Department Department of French 




DR. MARY \\. [ONES, Chairman RICHARD II. ROCKETT, (.'Ihunnaii 



Horace Mann Training School 

Doris A. CAMBRIDGE, Grade lour 
Mari Y. Holriiian, (inulc Five 
Minerva M. Hudgins, Grade Six 
Agnes C. McCourt, Grade One 
Viola I. Munyan, Home Economics 
William A. Rich, Grade Eight 
V. John Rikkola, Principal 
Esther L. Small, Grade Set en 
Ruth L. Southwtck, Grade Three 
Dorothy B. Stanley, Grade Tuo 
Beulah M. Sweetsi r. Kindergarten 
Tauno O. Tamminen, Practical Arts 




MR. RIKKOLA, Principal 





MISS SMALL 



MR. RICH 





MISS HUDGINS 



Miss I k >L'RIH.\\ 




MISS SWKI.TSI.R MR. Tammim n 



The Office 





MISS BURN I I AM DR. TW'OHIG 





and MARY JANE ROCKETT JOAN and TIMOTHY CLIFFORD 




President Meier 
Mrs. Meier 



President Sullivan 
Mrs. Sullivan 



OFFICERS OF SENIOR CLASS 




Pasquale Starble, President; Patricia McAvoy, Secretary : 
Joseph Salerno, Treasurer; Dorothy Morgan, Vice 'President 




ELEMENTARY SENIOR I 




I I I MI \ TAR Y SENIOR II 




JUNIOR HIGH SENIORS 




BUSINESS EDUCATION SENIORS 




No more, dear Alma Mater, 

To sing your praise en masse, 

For soon to be departing 

Are we, the graduating class. 

No more, dear Alma Mater, 
To fee! the bonds so true, 

For these are loosed forever 

f rom the richness that they know. 

Yet e'er, dear Alma Mater, 

Within our hearts you'll lie, 

As f ondly we recall 

Your cherished memory. 



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(Claire ^4nn ^liootian 



121 JACKSON STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 




Book Club 1; Footligbters 3; E.B.T.A. 4: Public Relations Committee 3 
Library Committee 3. 4; W'.A.A. Basketball 1. 2; Hikins; 2; Swimming 2 
Volleyball 1.2. 



January 13 — Capricorn 



You get a job done while others are still pondering its beginning. 



"Quiet man" . . 
another test?" . 
lor a joke." 



Juicy . . . the little one . . . "What, 
. "Oh, my aching diet!" . . . "Time 




118 WILLIAMS AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 



I.R.C. 1,2; Council Nominating Committee 1 ; Initiation Committee 2 ; Social 
Committee 4 ; Hostess Move-up 2 ; Variety Show; Sophomore Show ; W.A.A. 
Manager Field Hockey 3; Manager Orange 2; Nominating Committee 4. 



April 26 — Taurus 

You have ability to see the host in others and gain friendships and 

life long loyalties. 

A smile, a wink, a wave . . . five colleens . . . "Since the 
year '01!" . . . seven brothers . . . left leaf of the sham- 
rock . . . an idealist . . . Orange winner . . . well-adjusted 
. . . Pink Lightning. 



40 CUMMINGS AVENUE 
REVERE 
ELEMENTARY 




Footligbters 1,2; Earth Science Club 2; Book Club 2. 3 ; Freshman Reception 
Committee; Testimonial Banquet Decorations Committee 1; Initiation Banquet 
Committee 2 ; Sophomore Dance Decorations Committee; Initiation Banquet 4 ; 
CLIPPER Dance Decorations Committee 4; Invitation Committee 4; Fashion 
Show Publicity Committee 4 ; Freshman Show ; Chairman Sophomore Show 
Make-up Committee; Variety Show Usher 2; W.A.A. Field Hockey 1, 2; 
Softball 1. Swimming 1 : Dean's List 4. 



February 27 — Pisces 

You are establishing the basis for a new way of life that will be 
exciting and successful. 

A true 'Paisana' . . . "Hi, Kid" . . . book hider . . . "Ouch 
. . . "Oh, my, yes!" . . . JJATS . . . "Is that soooo?" . 
Anita, the artist . . . "Let's harmonize" . . . "See you 
the senior smoker." 




63 PINE GROVE AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 



Choir 1. 2. 3 : Kappa Delta Phi 2. 3, 4; Circle K 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 4; Freshman 
Dance Committee : Freshman Reception Committee ; M.A.A. Dance Commit- 
tee 1, 2. 3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee; Kappa Delta Phi Dance Com- 
mittee 2. 3, 4; Barn Dance Committee 3; Prom Publicity Committee 3: 
Council Dance Decorations Committee 4; Council Nominating Committee 3.4; 
Sophomore Show; M.A.A. Baseball 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4: Football 
1, 2, 3. 4. 



May 2 1 — Gemini 
Your curious mind turns to all-modern, out-of-the-ordinary subjects. 



"Hmmm!!! . . . Inferiority Inspector . . . close harmony 
. . . "Where's Don?" . . . "AAHH! !" . . . "What is ping 
pong?" . . . Weather forecaster . . . "Don't forget your 
suit case." . . . crab apple. 



9 PHILLIPS CIRCLL 
SWAMPSCOTT 
ELEMENTARY 




Glee Club 1 ; Book Club 1; Art Club 1, 2 ; Earth Science Club 3. 4: Fresh- 
man Dance Committee; Freshman Reception Committee; Barn Dance Com- 
mittee 3 ; Prom Committee 3; Reception Committee 4: Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 4 ; Luncheon Committee 4; Sophomore Show ; W.A.A. Award 1 ; Soccer 
Honor Team 3; Swimming 3. 



May 30 — Gemini 
Nothing curtails your adventurous spirit. 



Cell sap . . . "If I can get the car" . . . "See ya soon, 
Raccoon" . . . Nassau - 195 8 . . . "All right, now" . . . 
Three coffees, one black . . . "That's the way the cookie 
crumbles." 




20 CARTER ROAD 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 



kappa Delta Phi 3, 4: Circle K Vice President 3, President 4; Open House 
Committee 3; Council Nominating Committee 1, 2; Sophomore Show; Class 
Day Usher 3; M.A.A. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Football 
1. 2. 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



June 26 — Cancer 

You shine in any situation that calls for oratorical skill. 

Hail! Caesar . . . O'Rourke . . . Oh, Bridget O'Flynn, 
where have you been? . . . politician . . . funeral director 
. . . jovial jester . . . legions of Freshman IV . . . Stephano 
. . . Edison Award . . . reformation . . . telephone time . . . 
B.P.A. 



779 SALEM STREET 
SOUTH GROVELAND 
JUNIOR HIGH 




F.T.A. 3, 4; Earth Science Club 4; Open House Committee 3; CLIPPER 
Dance Committee 4 ; Freshman Reception Committee 4; Fashion Show Com- 
mittee 4 : Gift Committee 4; St. Patrick's Dance Ticket Committee 4 ; Council 
Conference 4 ; Council Representative 4 ; CLIPPER Secretary 4. 



April 14 — Aries 
You cannot endure a world that stands still. 



The wee one . . . instigator . . . full of life . . . never sits 
still . . . "Monster!" . . . "Gosh, do we have that again 
today?" . . . Ladybug . . . "What time Friday night?" . . . 
"Okay." . . . Ridge-runner . . . 




17 CONSTANCE STREET 
MALDEN 
JUNIOR HIGH 



Camera Club 1, 2; Pitman Debating Society 2; Projectionist Club 3; Chess 
Club 3, 4; Weather Club 3, 4; Carnival of Color Lighting Committee 4: 
CLIPPER Photography Editor 4; Log Assistant Photography Editor 2. 



July 2 — Cancer 

You have the ability to adapt yourself to any environment, with the 
aid provided by your Leica. 



"It can't be!" ... A real shutterbug . . . Audio-visual aids 
authority . . . Smile . . . Chess Man . . . Salem's answer to 
Einstein . . . "I've really got a film in this camera!" 



utru.s 



79 HOBART STREET 



ELEMENTARY 



DANVERS 




I.R.C. 2; F.T.A. 3 ; Earth Science Club 3 ; Sophomore Dance Decoration Com- 
mittee; Council Nominating Committee 3; Social Committee 3. 4; Council 
Dance Committee 3, 4; Chairman Orientation Day Entertainment Committee 
3, 4; Initiation Banquet Committee 3. 4; Chairman Prom Favor Committee 3; 
Barn Dance Committee 3; Program Committee Class Day 4 ; St. Patrick's Dance 
Publicity Committee 4 : Reception Committee 4 : Fashion Show Committee 4; 
Student Panel 4; Open Home Speaker 4; Sophomore Show ; Prom Queen's 
Court 3; W.A.A. President 4 ; Co-Chairman Dance 4; Co-Chairman Banquet 4 ; 
State Conference 4; Nominating Committee 4; Queen of Dance 4: Awards 
1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3 : Field Hockey Honor Team 2, 3, 4; Soccer Honor 
Team 2. 3, 4; Swimming 2, Manager 3, Instructor 3, 4; Volleyball Honor 
Team 2, 3. 4; Daisy Chain 3 ; Dean's List 2. 3, 4. 



March 8 — Pisces 



Your smiling eyes reflect your smiling personality. 



A smile, a wink, a wave . . . Miss Versatile . . . "Bridget 
O'Flynn" . . . Pink Lightning . . . she and Pavlov's dog . . . 
"My car's big enough for us all" . . . five colleens . . . 
personality plus. 




11 KNOLL WOOD ROAD 
MEDFORD 
ELEMENTARY 



I 

Arts and Crafts Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Earth Science Club 3 ; Freshman Dance Com- 
mittee; Freshman Reception Committee; Barn Dance Committee 3; Prom 
Committee 3 ; Junior Week Committee ; Reception Committee 4 ; Cap and 
Gown Committee 4; Luncheon Committee 4 ; Investiture Committee 4; Sopho- 
more Show; W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Swimming 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



September 25 — Libra 

Whether as famous artist or dabbler in ceramics, you have a keen 
appreciation of all that is lovely. 

Lover of the sea ... a Chip . . . "Fore!" ... "I haven't 
got a dime" . . . track . . . bucket brigade . . . locked out 
. . . Cell Sap . . . domesticated . . . the glazer . . . oblivion 
in third heaven! 



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2 5 ANDRI W s STREET 
SAL1 M 
BUSINESS 




Pitm.in Debating Society 1: Book Club 1. 3. 4, President 2; Footlighters 4: 
Kappa Delta Phi 4; Finance Committee 1. 2, 4. Chairman 3 : Auditing Com- 
mittee 3; Insurance Committee 3: Council Representative 1. 2. 3. 4; Sopho- 
more Show. 



October 5 — Lib 



ra 



Nothing annoys you more than the deaf ears and unseeing eyes of 
unprogressive people. 



"Ten-shun!!!" . . . Austria . . . Geography major . . . 
Mr. Blister . . . "Cover your typewriters" . . . Latin 
derivatives . . . Footlighters . . . formal courtesy . . . 
Distinguished accent. 




23b NEPTUNE STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 



Class Vice President 2; Circle K 3; Sophomore Show Program Committee; 
Council Representative 1; Sophomore Show; Usher Testimonial Banquet 1, 
Class Day 3 ; Variety Show 2,4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 

December 6 — Sagittarius 
You are eager to see what lies beyond the blue horizon. 



"Righto" . . . Capomaccioism . . . Little Immigrant . . . 
"Where can I hide this lunch bag?" . . . the suction 
cups . . . Angie's favorite . . . one of a trio. 




37 GROVE STREET 
CLINTON 
BUSINESS 




Cafeteria Manager 1; Book Club 1, 2. 3; E.B.T.A. 1, 2. 3, 4 ; Tri-Mu 1,2.3.4; 
Footligbters Show 2; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4: Pi Omega Pi Vice-President 3. 
President 4 ; Circle K Secretary 3 ; Sophomore Show; Log 1 ; Council Repre- 
sentative 2; Dean's List 1. 2. 4. 



April 7 — Aries 

You have a fine social sense, a keen logical mind, and great skill in 

conversation. 

Vicksamone . . . "How important can it be?" . . . the 
quiet man . . . strong and silent . . . "The noblest Roman 
of them all." . . . Short-story writer . . . Singer ... a 
sympathetic listener. 




8 HARRIS STREET 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 



John Burroughs Club 1; Pitman Debating Society 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
N.E.A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Kappa Delta Phi 1, 4, Chaplain 3; Camera Club 2, 3; 
A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Circle K Board of Directors 3. 4; Freshman Reception Com- 
mittee; Initiation Committee 2 ; Commencement Usher 3 ; Reception Com- 
mittee 4; Open House Committee 4; Commencement Committee 4; Sopho- 
more Show; CLIPPER, Associate Editor 4; MA. A. Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4; Basket- 
ball 1. 2, 3. 4; Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Softball 1, 2. 3, 4. 



November 2 3 — Sagittarius 

You were born to take many sudden, unexpected journeys. You want 
to go "where the wild goose goes." 

The first half . . . "Who, me?" . . . "Party, where??" . . . 
Bradley Palmer . . . The lantern man . . . Falstaff . . . 
President of B P. A. . . . Coconuts at the convention . . . 
chaplain for the brethren. 



Cjcratdiuc Wjani Cn.staldo 



7 



44 ATWOOD STREET 
REVERE 
ELEMENTARY 




Glee Club; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Show Committee ; Prom 
Committee 3; Reception Committee 4; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Sopho- 
more Show. 



August 9 — Leo 



You make every person you meet happier for having known you. 



A Chip . . . "Hi, Doll!" . . . Cousin Mary's right hand . . . 
Good Housekeeping . . . "Where's Joan?" . . . "I'll buy 
the Bermudas" . . . every hour on the hour . . . going to- 
Europe. 




233 WASHINGTON STREET 
MARBLEHEAD 
JUNIOR HIGH 



F.T.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Kappa Delta Phi 1. 2, Secretary 3. 4; Circle K 2, 3. 4; 
Freshman Dance Program Committee ; Kappa Delta Phi Dance Committee 
1. 2. 3, 4; Junior Week Committee; CLIPPER Dance Committee 4; Sopho- 
more Show 2; CLIPPER Co-Advertising Manager 4: M.A.A. Baseball 3. 4; 
Basketball 2. 3. 4; Football 2, 3. 4; Softball 1, 2, 3. 4. 



October 1 1 — Libra 
You follow independent lines of endeavor and thought. 



The other half . . . "Well, what of it?" . . . panic time . . . 
Ciliban . . . "Let's have a party!" . . . "Who, me?"... 
B P A. . . . mid-winter break . . . O.W. . . man without 
a lantern . . . "Let's take a held trip" . . . piano tuner. 




16 MAY STREET 

BEVERLY 
JUNIOR HIGH 




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Footligbters 1, Debating Club 1, 2, 4 ; F.T.A. 3, 4; Dean's Aide 2; Freshman 
Dance Refreshments Committee; Initiation Banquet Entertainment and Deco- 
rations Committee 2 ; Chairman Sophomore Show Costumes and Publicity 
Committee; Barn Dance Refreshment Committee 3; Prom Ticket Committee 3 : 
Open House Entertainment 3, 4; Alumni Committee 4; Log Reporter 3: 
W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Head of Individual Points 4 ; Archery 3, 4; Basket- 
ball Honor Team 3,4: Field Hockey 3, 4; Soccer 4 ; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3, 
4; Swimming, Senior Life 3. Instructor 4; Referee 3, 4; Dean's Fist 4. 



February 28 — P/.u cs 



Your attractive social personality hides your analytical powers. 



Philosopher . . . "Where's the party?" . . . fun-lovin' . . . 
jazz enthusiast . . . "Mother Protector" . . . great job 
. . . 30 miles from New York City • ■ ■ road to the Cat- 
skills . . . Room 9, North Conway. 




471 WATER STREET 
CLINTON 
BUSINESS 



Glee Club 1; E.B.T.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Tri Mu 1, 2, 4, President 3; Bookstore 
Associates 2. 3. 4 ; F.T.A. 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, Corresponding Secretary 4: Com- 
mercial Council Representative 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Barn Dance Ticket 
Committee 3; Hotel and Orchestra Committee Prom 3, Reception 4; Initiation 
Committee 2; Auditing Committee 3, 4; Finance Committee 3, Chairman 4; 
Treasurer's Committee 3 ; CLIPPER Dance Committee 4; Business Banquet 
Invitations Committee 3 ; CLIPPER Associate Editor; N.E.T.P.A. Conference 
3; E.B.T.A. Conventions 2, 3, 4; Daisy Chain 3; W.A.A. Orchestra Com- 
mittee 4. Ticket Committee Chairman Banquet 4, Nominating Committee 4; 
Treasurer 4; Awards 1, 2, 3 ; Field Hockey 1, Honor Team 2, 3. 4; Soccer 1, 
Honor Team 2. 4; Swimming 1 ; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



September 3 — Virgo 



The "winged thoughts" you send forth are among the world's greatest gifts. 



"Oh, when the saints" . . . "Let's go "mangle" . . . Miss 
Perfectionist . . . "Tango, anyone?" . . . "Well, my room 
mate and I" . . . one of the U.T.'s . . . "Coach." 



18 WASHINGTON AVENUE 
ANDOVER 
JUNIOR HIGH 




I.R.C. I, 2 ; F.T.A. 2, 3; Public Relations Committee 2, 3; Freshman Dance 
Committee; Move-Up Hastes.; Initiation Committee 2; Social Committee 4; 
Sophomore Show; Daisy Chain 3 : W.A.A. Representative 3, Manager Team 
Sports 4 ; Nominating Committee 4 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3 ; 
Soccer 2. 3: Softball 1, 2, 3. 4; Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 4. 



March 1 1 — Pisces 

Your outlook brightens when you are with someone who shares your 

hopes for the future. 

A smile, a wink, a wave . . . "Oh, you hot duck!" . . 
stem of the shamrock . . . "My name ISN'T Dorothy! 
. . . Pink Lightning . . . the tease . . . five colleens. 



C arol ^4 tin C^c 



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9 SHADY LANE 

LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 



Book Club 1; Arts and Crafts Club 1, 2; Earth Science Club 3; Freshman 
Dance Committee ; Freshman Tea Committee; Barn Dance Committee 3 ; Prom 
Committee; Reception Committee 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Sophomore 
Show. 



July 8 — Cancer 



You work in harmony with others and emphasize your highest and 

most practical ideals. 



Little Gib . . . "Check that!" . . . "Oh, you're cute." . . . 
"In a little minute" . . . N.C.'s . . . Cell Sap . . . "We are 
the joy boys of radio" . . . deadly duo. 



16 CHAMBERLAIN AVENUE 
REVERE 
BUSINESS 




Book Club I, 2, 5. 4: Dramatic Club 1. 2 ; Pitman Debating Society 1. 2, 3. 4; 
Kappa Delta Phi, Treasurer 3, President 4; Beta News 1, 3. 4. Editor 2, National 
Convention 1. 2. 3. 4; Weather Club 4; Audio-visual Club 2, 3. 4; Banquet 
and Initiation Committee 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. Student Chairman 2. 3 ; Conven- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Men's Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Eastern States Conference 2; Initia- 
tion Committee 2; Move-up Exercises Committee 2. 3 ; Circle K 2, 3; Com- 
mencement and Class Day Usher 3; Sophomore Show; Prom Committee; 
N.E.B.E.A. Convention 3. 4; Investiture Committee 4; N.E.T.P.A. Conven- 
tion 4; Business Education Council, Representative 1. 3, Treasurer 2; M.A.A. 
Executive Board 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball Manager 1, 2. 3, 4: 
Soccer 3, 4, Captain 4. 



May 25 — Gemini 



You have no patience with red tape. You get to the core of things instantly. 



A gentleman by act of Congress . 
"Button your collar" . . . the guard 
politician . . . convention wheel. 



he and "B" . 
. talk is cheap 




4 ST. PETER STREET 
JAMAICA PLAIN 
BUSINESS 



Book Club 1 ; Bookstore 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3. Historian 4; Com- 
mercial Council 1. 2. 3, 4 . E.B.T.A. Conference 1, 2, 3; Freshman Tea Com- 
mittee; Freshman Dance Committee; Initiation Committee 2 ; Open House 
Committee 3; Prom Hotel Committee 3; Auditing Committee 4; Reception 
Committee 4; Sophomore Show 2; Laurel Chain 3; Basketball 1, 2; Field 
Hockey 1. 2; Volleyball 1. 2; Ski Weekend 3, 4. 



June 2 — Gemini 



You possess the three Vs — imagination, inventiveness, and intuition. 



That M.T.A. again . . . J P . 
"Where are Rose and Elaine?' 
Room 18. 



convention-catcher 
. one of the U.T.s 



Cjamet C^. C^ox 



49 CENTRAL STREET 
SAUGUS 
ELEMENTARY 




International Relations Club 2; Chi Omega; Attended University of Massa- 
chusetts Christian Federation 1. 2 ; Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 4. 



January 16 — Capricorn 



You will achieve success and win the respect of your friends. 




Barbie, Janet, Billy, 
and Bill . . . one of 
the jeepsters . . . "you 
poor dear" . . . "Don't 
worry" ... "I have 
to go to a PTA 
meeting" ... a joy 
to know . . . Over- 
achiever. 



C^Lndtine ^J~rance6 (Lucinotta 




279 BROADWAY 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1 ; Dean's Aide 1.3; Earth Science Club 4 : Sophomore Show Ticket 
Committee 2 ; Cap and Gown Committee 4 ; Invitations Committee 4; Dean's 
List 3. 4. 



January 3 0 — Aquarius 
Your energies and talents expand in many directions 



Maiden of the Round Table . . . "Where's Dottie?" . . . 
quiet but sweet . . . lady of leisure . . . pleasant personality 
. . . poise . . . geographer . . . raccoon . . . "It's gorgeous!" 
. . . "Let's just go for a ride." 



29 RICHARDSON ST HI 1 1 
WAKEFIELD 
ELEMENTARY 




Book Club 1 ; Arts and Crafts Club 2 : Camera Club 3; F.T.A. 4; Junior Dance 
Committee 3; Prom Favor and Ticket Committee 3: Reception Program and 
Ticket Committee 4; Fashion Show Committee 4: Invitation Committee 4; 
W.A.A. Basketball 1; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 4. 



March 2 5 — Aries 



You are as sparkling as the diamond, gay and charming. 



One of the cell saps 
Right out of Vogue 
I comb my hair" . . 



. . "Snaps" . . . "Swim? I'll try!" 
. . candid camera . . . "Wait while 
a real model. 




12 SOUTHWICK STREET 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 



F.T.A. 1, 2; Earth Science 1. 2; Kappa Delta Phi 2. 3, 4 : Circle K 2, 3. 4; 
Class Ring Committee 2; Initiation Committee 2; Commencement Usher 3, 
Junior Week Committee 3 ; Open House Guide 3 ; Sophomore Show 2; Baseball 
Varsity 1. 2, 3, 4; M.A.A. Basketball Varsity 1, 2. 3. 4; Football 1. 2, 3. 4; 
Publicity Director 2. 



September 24 — Libra 
Your quiet manner mixed with forcefu'ness wins respect from all. 



"See my new car." . . . modern Romeo . . . he doesn't 
know! . . . only a half tank . . . sports enthusiast . . . 
$5 00 . . . Fourth of July • • ■ only six months . . . baseball 
player? . . . "Em broke." 



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24 HAMPSHIRE STREET 
EVERETT 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Book Club 1. 2: I.R.C. 2; Dean's Aide 1. 2; F.T.A. 4; Freshman Tea Com- 
mittee: Initiation Committee 2; Move-up Exercises 1, 2, 3: Usherette and 
Publicity Committee Sophomore Show ; Open House Guide 3 ; Prom Publicity 
3; Junior Week Committee 3 : Cap and Gown Committee 4; St. Patrick's Dance 
Committee 4; Fashion Show 4; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 4 : Manager Publicity 2, Play- 
dav 1, 2. 3: Swimming 1; Vollevball 1. 



September 29 — Libra 



Your warm and understanding nature will always be an asset to you. 



The N.C.'s . . . but of course . . . long distance calling- 
N. Y. ... up at the Point . . . "G" . . . "Go for a cup 
of coffee?" . . . "Coming over tonight?" . . . wholesome 
and then some. 




213 ELM STREET 
EVERETT 
BUSINESS 



Circle K 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 4; Dean's List 1, 2. 



March 24 — Aries 
You arc constantly seeking new outlets for your energies. 



"Has anybody seen Pete?" ... "I have to work again 
tonight." . . . married young . . . "I'll see you around the 
campus." . . . Rosemarie . . . "Let's go essen." 




21 FRANKLIN STREET 
EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 




Book Club 1. 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Sophomore Show, Ticket Committee Chair- 
man; Junior Prom Favor Committee; Publicity Committee: Cap and Gown 
Committee Chairman 4; Dean's List 2, 3. 4. 



November 8 — Scorpio 



You make your assets work for you without losing your conservatism. 



Maiden of the Round Table . . . ball of fire . . . quite 
dancer . . . dark eyes . . . the house across the street . . 
life of the party . . . always singing . . . koala bear . . 
jitterbug fan. 



0 



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47 FRANCIS STREET 
EVERETT 
BUSINESS 



Book Club 1, 2; E.B.T.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1; Circle K 2. 3. 4; Freshman 
Dance Committee ; Centennial Ball Invitation Committee : Freshman Tea 
Committee; Freshman Initiation Show Committee ; Open House Committee 3 ; 
M.A.A. Baseball 1. 2; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Football 1, 2. 3; Dean's List 1. 2. 4. 



August 1 — Leo 



You arc emotionally attuned to everything that goes on around you. 



Smiley . . . "co-operate and graduate" . . . "Oh, that 
shorthand!" . . . "Are you sure we can't elect more 
transcription?" . . . "Has anyone seen Nick?" 



91 OAK STR1 I I 
BRIDGEWATI R 
BUSINI SS 




Book Club 1; Bookstore Associate 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2. 3, Captain 4: 
F.B.T.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; F.T.A. 1; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Tri Mu 1. 3. 4. Treasurer 2; 
Commercial Council 1. 2, 3, 4; Auditing Committee 3, Chairman 4; Fresh- 
man Ticket Committee; Sophomore Dance Ticket Committee; Initiation Com- 
mittee 2 ; Council 1, 2, 3; N.E.T.P.A. Conference 3 ; Centennial Invitation 
Committee 1; W.A.A. Dance and Banquet General Chairman; Log 1, 2, Busi- 
ness Manager 3, 4. Conference Chairman 4; Open House 3; Daisy Chain 3: 
W.A.A. Nominating Committee 4; Hiking Manager 3, Vice President 4; Play- 
day Committee 4; Orchestra Committee 3 ; Orange and Brown Tea Refreshment 
Committee 3; Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 4. Honor Team 2. 3; Soccer 
1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4; Dean's List 2, 3. 



February 1 — Aquarius 
You always present any subject in a captivating manner. 



'Where's Pat?" . . . clean housekeeper . . . spaghetti 
supper ... "I have to study" . . . open house . . . "Let 
me check my schedule" . . . one of the U.T.s. 




6 WILLIAMS AVENUE 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 



Footlighters ; E.B.T.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Circle K 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Com- 
mercial Council 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. National Conference 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Junior Main Dance Committee; Centennial Invitation Committee; 
M.A.A. Dance Committee 1. 2, 3; Senior Reception Committee; Sophomore 
Show Theme, Script, Lighting Committee; Usher 3; M.A.A. Representative 1; 
M.A.A. Baseball 1. 2. 3 ; Basketball 1,2.3.4; Football 1, 2. 3; Dean's List 2, 4. 



January 2 8 — Aquarius 



You gain many friends through your sociable, obliging nature. 



Those kids at the "Y" . . . slow learner 
last night." ... a head on his shoulders . 
. . . The name's not Richard. 



. "I worked 
'Who, me?" 



430 CHARLES STREET 
MALDEN 
I I FMENTARY 




Book Club 1; F.T.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Initiation Committee 1; Sophomore Show 
Ticket Committee Chairman ; Junior Dance Refreshment Committee ; Prom 
Ticket and Favor Committee 3; Alumni Committee 4; Luncheon Committee 4 ; 
W.A.A. Award 1; Senior Life Saving Award 1; W.A.A. Volleyball 3. 4; 
Dean's List 4. 



Tune 8 — Gemini 



The world of tomorrow needs your eagerness of spirit. 



"Actually though sincere . . . B.C. man . . , 

"Fore!" .... skeleton ... "I have to study." . . . shopping 
on Fridays. 



Sandra Josephine <jt)rahe 




251 LYNNFIELD STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 



Cheerleader 1, 2. 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1, Conventions 2, 3, 4; Public Relations 
Committee 4; Freshman Tea Committee; Prom Refreshment Committee 3; 
N.E.T.P.A. Conference 4; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2; Volley- 
ball 1. 2. 



April 7 — ■ Aries 



Your open mind to new ideas brings exciting elements into your lite. 



"Wait till I tell you what happened!' 
did you say the Fiat party was?" 
. . . chocolate Easter bunny. 



Rita . . . "Where 
happy birthday 



Walk, 



111 VI Kl V I [OSPI I A I 
BEVERLY 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Circle K 2, 3. 4: F.T.A. 1, 2. 3. 4: Kappa Delta Phi 1. 2. 3, 4; Science Club 
1. 2. 3. 4; Weather Club 3, 4: Freshman Dance Committee; Initiation Com- 
mittee 2; Junior Week Committee; Commencement and Class Day Usher 3; 
Open House Guide 3; M.A.A. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 



June 1 2 — Gemini 



Born to roam in freedom, you enjoy daring and exciting adventures. 



The medic . . . Volter . . . Biologist extraordinary . . . 
Beverly Hospital . . . "My car!" . . . H.F.C. . . . Keeper 
of the House ... "I know a short cut" . . . "What 
notebook?" 




161 TRACY AVENUE 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 



Class Treasurer 3; F.T.A. 1; Kappa Delta Phi 1. 2, Chairman Accrediting 
Committee 3. Master Ceremonies 4; Pitman Debating Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Dra- 
matic Club 4; E.B.T.A. Conventions 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3. 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Junior Week Committee ; Senior Hotel and Orchestra Committee; 
Senior Luncheon Committee; M.A.A. Dance Committee 3, 4; Council Acting 
Treasurer 3 ; Treasurer 4; Representative 2 ; Swampscott Conference 4 ; Usher 
Graduation 3; M.A.A. Treasurer 3, Secretary pro ton 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Football 1, 2, 3 ; Dean's List 1, 2. 



September 25 — /,//'/</ 



Success is insured through your originality, new ways, and methods. 



lore! ! ! . . . girls' gvm?? 
. . . "I'm the greatest" 
"any new freshmen?" . . 



. keeper of Ft. Knox . . . lover 
. . "You're punkin' me" . . . 
honorary member of the U.T.s. 



166 WASHINGTON AVENUE 
CHELSEA 
ELEMENTARY 




Art Club 1. 2; Camera Club 1; F.T.A. 3. 4; Freshman Tea Entertainment 
Committee; Decorations Barn Dance 3: St. Patrick's Dance Decorations 4; 
Investiture Committee 4 ; Music Committee 4; Class Gift Committee 4; Re- 
ception Committee 4; Sophomoie Show Scenery Committee : Senior Show 
Usherette 3. 





10 FERN WOOD AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 



A.C.E. 1. 2, 3 ; F.T.A. 1. 2; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3. 4; Freshman Reception 
Committee; Freshman Dance Committee: Sophomore Show Committee: Initia- 
tion Committee 2; Junior Dance Committee; Open House Usher: Dean's List 4. 



February 2 — Aquarius 



You are very independent and strive for complete liberty. 



Gowen greatest . . . "I've got to go to work!" . . . "Any- 
one for the morning call?" . . . "Now, just one minute!" 
. . . Tally-Ho! 




odea 




29 BEACON HILL AVENUE 



ELEMENTARY 



LYNN 




[Dean's Aide 1, 3. Treasurer 2, 4; Glee Club 1.2; Book Club 2. 3, 4; Initiation 
Banquet Decorations Committee 1 ; Freshman Skit Committee ; Freshman 
Dance Decoration and Program Committee ; Barn Dance Decoration Com- 
mittee 3 ; W.A.A. Decoration Committee 1, 2; Junior Week Program Com- 
mittee; Sophomore Show Committee; Reception Invitation Committee 4; 
Music Committee Commencement; General Welfare Committee 2; Sophomore 
Show ; W.A.A. Field Hockey 1 ; Volleyball 1 ; Dean's List 3, 4. 



When your curiosity is aroused, you go out of your way to satisfy it. 



February 2 1 — Pisces 



The P. A. . . . "Let's sing" . . . "Is that sooo?" . . . "Don't 
fight it" . . . JJATS ... "I always put my foot in it" . . . 
Bugs! . . . "Heartbreak Hotel" . . . the girl most likely. 




3 62 LINCOLN AVENUE 
SAUGUS 
ELEMENTARY 



Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3 : Glee Club 1, 2; Earth Science Club 4: F.T.A. 4; Fresh- 
man Tea Invitations Committee; Class Day Invitations Committee: Gift Com- 
mittee 4; St. Patrick's Dance Ticket, Refreshment and Decorating Committees; 
W.A.A. Dance Decorations Committee 4; CLIPPER Dance Ticket Committee; 
Variety Show 4; W.A.A. Softball 4; Volleyball 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



September 19 — Virgo 



You gain ground through resourcefulness and perseverance. 



Maiden of the Round Table . . . subtle humor . . . "Let's 
go for coffee" . . . kangaroos come from Kalamazoo . . . 
"What's so funny?" . . . "Ohh, I forgot all about that!" 



cJleonarcl S. ^J~reedi 



man 



120 SHURTLEFF STREET 
CHELSEA 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Kappa Delta Phi 1; F.T.A. 4; Weather Club 4; Dean's List 4. 



June 1 — Gemini 



Understanding brings wisdom and contentment to you. 



"Watch those turns" . . . Late again . . . use those pictures 
. . . Earl of Worcester . . . Camp counselor . . . jocular . . . 
volleyball whiz . . . "Oh! The girls." 



2)aniei Cja Hanker 




222 EUCLID AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 



Circle K 3, 4; Foreign Relations Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Weather Club 4 ; M.A.A. 
Varsity Baseball 4; Basketball 3. 4: Football 3, 4. 



November 6 — Scorpio 



You will reach the pinnacle that has been the object oi persistent labor. 



The quiet man . . . independent . . . "Tennis, anyone?" . . . 
smiley . . . Worcester's loss is our gain . . . "You going to 
call tonight?" ... to Marblehcad . . . "It's not logical." 



^JiiomaS C fa llatj li , ' 



34 SACHEM STR1 I I 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2. 3. 4; Pitman Debating Club, Vice President 3. President 
4; Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 2, 3 ; M.A.A. Baseball. Basketball, 
Football 1. 2, 3. 4; Dean's List 4. 



October 3 — Libra 



You have a merry disposition and a remarkable fund of information. 



The -*reat dcb'ter 



one: 



' Gee I didn't get 



"Ya, it's my brother's tie." 
•V-rcmT - n( j ,r^ r 4_- 0 f n 



'ti e even o"c cck" 
' Gosh. I'm tired" 
P C A C 




66 BROMFIELD ROAD 
SOMERVILLE 
JUNIOR HIGH 



Earth Science Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Tea Invitation Committee; Prom 
Publicity Committee 3; Reception Ticket Committee 4; Sophomore Show 
Ticket Committee: Cap and Gown Committee 4; Hall Committee 4; M.A.A. 
Representative 3. 



February 21 — Pisces 



There is no greater incentive than your own 
ambition to spur you on. 



"What a test!" . . . "Married life's great!" . . . 
"Let's go down to the smoker." . . . aggressive 
. . . thoughtful . . . polite . . . obliging. 




40 LOTHROP STR1 1 I 
BEVERLY 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Class Vice President 1 ; F.T.A. 1,2; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2. 3, 4 ; Earth Science 
Club 2; Circle K 3. 4; Weather Club 4; Centennial Week Committee 1; Junior 
Week Committee: Sophomore Show; Commencement Usher 3. 



June 26 — Gemini 



Friendly discussion, diplomacy, and a willingness to meet associates more 
than halfway are the techniques that will bring you success. 



"Don't get too smart there, fella!" . . . "What the hey!" 
. . . "It seems to me" . . . "Is that right?" . . . can sell 
anything. 



lA/iffiam i3emard ^illooli^ 




36 JOYCE ROAD 
MEDFORD 
BUSINESS 



Camera Club Vice President 3 ; Circle K Corresponding Secretary 2.3: E.B.T.A. 
3, Conference 4: Pi Omega Pi Vice President 3. 4: Commercial Council Presi- 
dent 4 : Freshman Dance Orchestra Committee Chairman 1 ; Building Com- 
mittee 2: Initiation Committee 2; Prom Hall and Orchestra Committee Chair- 
man 3; Library 3. 4; M.A.A. Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4; Football 1. 2; Dean's 
Fist 1. 2. 3, 4; Salutatorian. 



August 1 2 — Leo 



You arc characterized by brilliancy of mind, self-confidence, and versatility 



OP. A. . . . "Need any help with your shorthand?" 
Model T . . . neat dresser. 



10 HARRIS STREET 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 




Book Club 1 ; Deans' Aide 1 : Girls Glee Club 1 ; F.T.A. 3; Centennial Theme 
Committee 1 : Sophomore Show Ticket Committee 2; Sophomore Show Usher- 
ette 2 ; Prom Program Committee 3 ; Luncheon Committee 4; Alumni Com- 
mittee 4; W.A.A. Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2. 3; Soccer 2, 3; Swimming 3 ; 
Volleyball 2,3; Dean's List 3. 



October 1 6 — Libra 
Consideration for the rights and needs of others is your daily creed. 



Watch out for the quiet ones ... a sober driver 
in at Howard Johnson's" . . . pert an' pretty . 
the measles" . . . quite a dancer . . . Beverlyite 
a prize! 



. . . "Stop 

• • "I got 
. . . What 




12 HERSEY STREET 
SALEM 
BUSINESS 



Class Acting Treasurer 4; Book Club 1,2; Circle K Corresponding Secretary 3; 
College Choir 3 : Cafeteria Associates 2, 3, 4 ; E.B.T.A. 4 ; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 
3, 4; Tri-Mu 4; M.A.A. Ticket Committee 3; Decorations Council Dance 3; 
Nominating Committee 2, 3 ; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Usher 3 ; Council 
Representative 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



March 3 — Pisces 



Your straight thinking and honesty arc fine assets. 



"Something terrible has happened . . . 
. . . "Is that right?" ... a real friend 
what?" ... a true Salemite. 



Dilly-Dally 
"You know 



IDS i 



5 FOSTER STREET 
WEN HAM 
ELEMENTARY 




Choir 3. 4; Glee Club 3. Vice President 4; Music Committee 4; St. Patrick's 
D.ince Committee 4 ; Fashion Show Committee 4; Dean's List 4. 



July 15 — Cancer 



Your good humor and enthusiasm make a winning combination. 



Frolicking at Tynemouth . . . June bride . . . "We're 
working on the apartment" . . . "Can anyone paint?" . . . 
"Who are you going home with?" . . . broken pipe stems. 




3 1 IRVING WAY 
NAHANT 
ELEMENTARY 



Book Club 1. 2. 4; F.T.A. 1, 4; Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Freshman Tea Enter- 
tainment ; Freshman Dance Orchestra Committee; Prom Orchestra Committee 
3; Reception Hall and Orchestra Committee 4; Fashion Show Committee 4, 
Pianist 4 ; St. Patrick's Dance Entertainment Committee 4 ; Music Committee 
4; Investiture Committee 4; Invitation Committee 4; Sophomore Show 2; 
W.A.A. Field Hockey 1 : Dean's List 1, 3. 4. 



November 6 — Scorpio 

The world of music beckons with its fascinating vistas for your 

spirit to explore. 

Maiden of the Round Table . . . accompanist . . . the girl 

from the little island ... "I love you, Nellie dear" . . . 

avid reader . . . television fan . . . Piano-roll Blues . . . 
"What did you get?" 



26 GREEN STR1 I T 
NEWBURY 
I I 1 Ml \ r.ARY 




Arts and Crafts; Cafeteria Associates 4; F.T.A.; Tri-Mu ; Prom Publicity 
Committee 3. 



January 20 — Aquarius 

You were born to lift art and all things of creative beauty to their 

highest expression. 



"What was I saying?" ... "I don't understand!" . . . 
"Terrific" . . . nine o'clock coffee at the diner . . . Cali- 
fornia or bust ... a friend to all . . . "Age is no object." 




115 HAMILTON AVENUE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 



F.T.A. 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Chess Club Treasurer 4; Photography Club 3, 4; 
Projectionist Club 3, 4; Weather Club President 4; Freshman Dance Com- 
mittee 1; Chairman Photography Committee 3; Gift Committee 4; Dean's 
List 3, 4. 



January 8 — Capricorn 

You hold on to that which is good but do not act until reason can be 
brought to bear on the problem. 



What's the weather for S.T.C.? . . . Chess enthusiast . . . 
Rooms 36 and 37 . . . Opaque projectionist . . . Oh! Those 
field trips . . . "Let's study philosophy." 



19 GROVELAND STREET 
HAVERHILL 
JUNIOR HIGH 




1. R.C. I, 2; F.T.A. 2. 3: Move-up Exercises 2; Initiation Committee 2; Social 
Committee 4; Fashion Show 4; Sophomore Show 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Soccer 

2, 3: Softball 1. 2; Volleyball 1, 2. 




January 30 — Aquarius 

Your life will blossom forth in all your 
radiance and potentialities of mind and 
character. 

A smile, a wink, a wave . . . that devilish 
look. . . "I get so lonesome when I'm in the 
kitchen." . . . top leaf of the shamrock . . . 
"The neighbors won't mind." 




31 CHERRY STREET 
SOMERVILLE 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Reception Committee 1 ; Initiation 
Committee 2 ; Sophomore Show Ticket Committee; Prom Favor and Ticket 
Committee 3; Barn Dance Refreshment and Decoration Committees; Usherette, 
Senior Show 3 ; Fashion Show Model 4 ; Fashion Show Ticket Committee 4; 
Council Nominating Committee 4 ; Alumni Committee 1, 2, 3. Co-chairman 4 ; 
W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3; Swimming 3 ; Volley- 
ball 2, Honor Team 3,4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



January 22 — Aquarius 
A h ippy nature and a love of gaiety will make your life pleasant. 



On the ball . . . fun-loving . . . French poodle . . . petite 
. . . What? . . . model . . . Ish! . . . "Got any food?" 
. . . sparkling personality . . . with a twinkle in her eye . . . 
calculus. 



20 HARDY STREET 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Camera Club 1; Pitman Debating Club 2; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2, 3. 4 : Tri-Mu 
1. 2, 3 ; F.T.A. 4; Freshman Dance Decorations Committee; Sophomore Show 
Publicity Committee 2 ; Sophomore Dance Ticket Committee 2; Prom Program 
Committee 3; Junior Week Committee 3: Council Representative 2, 3; 
CLIPPER Assistant Editor 4 ; Dean's List 4. 




March 30 — Aries 

You have rare foresight which will help to 
master many difficult problem. 

Margie, Michele, and Mark . . . "Can any- 
one paint?" . . . "Come on up the house" . . . 
man with a future . . . "Where is Coppola?" 
. . . "What do we have next?" . . . Connecti- 
cut . . . Shakespeare ... 20 Brown Street. 




25 PERKINS STREET 
PEABODY 
JUNIOR HIGH 



F.T.A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Kappa Delta Phi 1. 2. 3, 4; Circle K 2. 3. 4; Freshman 
Reception Committee: I rolim.ui Dance Committee; Sophomore Show Com- 
mittee; Sophomore Dance Committee ; Junior Week Committee; Reception 
Committee 4; Usher 3; Council Representative 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 2, 4; 
Sophomore Show 2; M.A.A. Baseball 1. 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3 ; Football 1. 2, 3. 



July 5 — Cancer 



Honesty, sincerity of purpose, and reliability are attributes of your nature. 



"I had that!" . . 
conscientious . , 
get together - 



. panic! ... "I just got out of work." . . . 
. "Are you going to study? . . . "Let's 
I got some good notes." 




Glee Club 1, 2 ; Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee; 
Sophomore Show Scenery and Chorus Committee; Junior Week Committee. 




April 17 — Aries 



Your vitality and energy can, like the sun's rays, 
burn through dark veils which shroud others 
from the light. 



Always late . . . 
coffee" . . . Hank 
bride of the year 
of fun. 



'Let's go to my house for 
. . "We got a new car" . . . 
. . neat an' sweet . . . full 




2 POND STREET 
STONEHAM 
ELEMENTARY 



Footlighters 1; Choir 2, 3; F.T.A. 3; Freshman Reception Invitation Com- 
mittee; Reception Hall Committee 4; Fashion Show Publicity Committee 4; 
Invitation Committee 4; St. Patrick's Dance Committee 4; Sophomore Show 2; 
Centennial Skit ; Dean's List 4. 



September 1 1 — Virgo 

It is evident that your interesting, engaging, and venturesome personality 
will bring you many friends. 

"I have a show rehearsal!" . . . handwriting analysis for 
free . . . "Who's got a cigarette?" . . . "Party! Party!" 
. . . skirts by Florida . . . Calypso Maine . . . "Charleston, 
anyone?" . . . tests for tests' sake! 



(Carroll ^liil>((ti 



17 EIGHTH AVENUE 
HAVERHILL 
ELEMENTARY 




Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Sophomore Script Committee 2; Junior Barn 
Dance Committee 3 ; CLIPPER Associate Editor 4 ; Sophomore Show 2; Dean's 
List 3, 4. 



July 6 — Cancer 



You hold a firm belief in the innate goodness of man. 



Oldster ... let Hub start . . . "And then I wrote ..." 
Native Dancer . . . "When I was guest of the U. S. gov- 
ernment" . . . father confessor . . . poor Fred . . . B.U.'s 
loss, Salem's??? . . . "What?" . . . beach parties . . . Dad. 



jtL S. Ml 



senium 




182 ARLINGTON STREET 
CHELSEA 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4 : Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Choir 3, 4; Librarian 2 ; F.T.A. 4; 
Freshman Reception Invitation and Entertainment Committee ; Public Relations 
Committee 2. 3, Co-chairman 4; Program Committee 3, 4; Open House Com- 
mittee 2,3, Chairman 4; Sophomore Show Script Committee 2 ; Prom Publicity 
Committee Chairman 3 ; Music Committee 4; Fashion Show Publicity 4 : 
Council Executive Board 4; Com pass Associate Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4 ; 
Daisy Chain 3 ; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2 ; Hockey Honor Team; Soccer 1, 3; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 4; Valedictorian. 



May 23 — Gemini 
Unless one has a stabilized code, standards of conduct must inevitably fall. 



Maiden of the Round Table . . . great listener . . . rice 
pilaph . . . "Really? You've never seen Chelsea, land of 
two hills?" . . . the long walk to the third floor. 



16 LORINC; AM NL'I 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Tri-Mu 1. 2. 3 ; Footligbters 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1,2.3: N.E.T.P.A. Delegate 2; 
Sophomore Show Co-director: Dean's List 1. 2, 3, 4. 




June 7 — Gemini 



Your firm, just hand is needed to preserve, 
uphold, and improve the traditions of living. 



"Let's have it quiet up there." . . . classica 
literature banner bearer . . . house mother o 
many . . . the "Old Vic" is her calling . . 
"Under the old regime we ." 




lid 




aipanan 




411 CENTRAL STREET 



JUNIOR HIGH 



SAUGUS 



Footlighters 1 ; Art and Crafts Club 4, President 2, Vice President 3; Science 
Club 4 : Freshman Reception Committee; Sophomore Show Publicity Committee ; 
Barn Dance Committee 3 : Social Committee 3, Treasurer 4; Alumni Com- 
mittee 3 : Council Dance Committee 4; Luncheon Committee 4; W.A.A. Dance 
Publicity Committee 3, Decorations 4 ; Sophomore Show; CLIPPER Art Editor; 
Laurel Chain 3; W.A.A. Representative 4, Head of Publicity 3; Soccer 1, 
Honor Team 3; Swimming 2, 3; Volleyball 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 4. 



You put to practical use the ability to correlate inspirational, creative ideas. 



April 1 — Aries 



"Chatter-box" . . . Miss Calculus . . . free lunch . . . 
prankster . . . M.I. E . . . graduate work . . . "The Play's 
the Thing." . . . need a poster? . . . always there when 
you need a helping hand. 



97a RIVER STREET 
LYNN 
1 1 HMENTARY 




Book Club 1, 2, 3; Vootlighters 1. 2; F.T.A. 4; Sophomore Show Costume 
Committee Chairman; Alumni Committee 3. Treasurer 4; Prom Publicity 3: 
St. Patrick's Dance Publicity Committee 4; Invitation Committee 4; Fashion 
Show Committee 4: Freshman Show; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Volleyball 4. 



May 24 — Gemini 



Your deep insight into the minds and hearts of others is the best in life. 



One of the jeepsters . . . "I've got something to tell you!' 
. . . top model . . . June bride . . . poise personified . . 
Maiden of the Round Table. 




16 PALMER AVENUE 
PEABODY 
ELEMENTARY 



Science Club 1 ; Arts and Crafts Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman Reception Invitations 
Committee; Freshman Dance Publicity Committee; Sophomore Dance Ticket 
Committee; Sophomore Show Program, Ticket. Publicity Committees ; Junior 
Week Committee ; Prom Favor Committee 3; Investiture Committee 4; Invita- 
tions Committee 4; Fashion Show Ticket and Publicity Committee 4; Daisy 
Chain 3; W.A.A. Basketball 1. 2; bowling 1, 2. 3, 4; Hockey 1. 2; Tennis 
1,2, 3, 4 ; Dean's I ist 4. 



August 1 5 — Leo 



You have a great sense of appreciation for the beauties of art and nature. 



Drama enthusiast . . . talented artist . . . California bound 
• • ■ "I'll save a table" . . . kindness unlimited . . . "Do 
you need any help?" . . . "Have a banana; they're good!" 



7 I [ARVARD STRJ I I 
SOMERVILLE 
ELEMENTARY 




F.T.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Show Ticket Committee; Alumni Committee J. >, 
Chairman 4; Prom Program, Ticket, Favor Committees 3; Council Executive 
Board 4: Luncheon Committee 4; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Awards 1. 2. 3: 
Basketball 3. 4, Honor Team 4: Field Hockey 4; Soccer 4, Honor Team 4: 
Softball 1. 2. 3. 4; Volleyball 2, 3. 4; Dean's List 3, 4. 



September 21 — Virgo 



Virgo endows you with a magnetic personality and originality. 



Pixie . . . "Coffee, anyone?" . . . mischievous . . . We love 
you, Flossie! . . . doodler . . . "Tennis, anyone?" . . . model 
. . . all out for the W.A.A. . . . professional attitude. 




2 3 LOTHROP STREET 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 



I 



Book Club 1; Glee Club 1; Deans' Aide 1: F.T.A. 3, 4; Freshman Dance 
Committee; Sophomore Show Usher ; Prom Ticket Committee 3 ; Alumni Com- 
mittee 4; Luncheon Committee 4 ; Fashion Show Committer 4; Council Repre- 
sentative 4; W.A.A. Basketball 2 ; Field Hockey 2, 3 ; Soccer 3; Volleyball 2. 3 ; 
Dean's List 4. 



December 13 — Sagittarius 
Your restless and aspiring mentality shows an active imagination. 



'Fabulous!" . . . red-striped Bermudas . . . "Tremendous" 
. . Fad tor black . . . "W ant to ride to Gloucester?" . . . 
Jazz enthusiast . . . "It it weren't for the Greeks" . . . 
fhing There! . . . 



14 W ILLIAMS AVENUE 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 




Class Vice President 3 ; F.T.A. 1,2; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; Circle K 3. 4; 
Pitman Debating Society 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Weather Club 4; Sophomore 
Show Program Committee; Junior Week Chairman 3 ; Junior Record Hop 
Committee 3 ; M.A.A. Dance Ticket Committee; CLIPPER Dance Committee 
4; Sophomore Show; CLIPPER Photography Editor 4: Usher 3 ; M.A.A. Secre- 
tary 2. 3; Basketball Manager 4; Basketball 1 : Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Soccer 3; 
Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



April 5 — Aries 



You are alert mentally to the trend of the times. 



House boy . . . "Here, you take the keys" . . . "I'm tired." 
. . . A soldier's farewell . . . The world is a fascinating 
place ... a blue Ford too. 




21 BROADWAY 

STONEHAM 
ELEMENTARY 



Class President 3; Choir 1, 2; F.T.A. 1, Historian 2, 3, 4; Chess Club Vice 
President 4 ; Weather Club. Treasurer 4; Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3. 4; Kiwanis 2, 
Public Relations Committee 3. Nominating Committee 4; Freshman Dance 
Committee; Junior Week Committee 3: Finance Committee 3, 4; Program 
Committee 3; Investiture Marshall 3; Library Committee 4; CLIPPER Dance 
Committee 4; Commencement Usher; Publications Conference 3, 4; F.T.A. 
( onferencc 1 ; ( ouncil Representative 2; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2; 
CLIPPER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 4; Compass 3; Dean's List 3, 4. 



November 8 — Scorpio 

You receive excellent cooperation because you let others know that you 
have faith in them and are fully appreciative of their efforts. 

"You don't have to be crazy to vacation here, but it helps." 
. . . I). L). Club . . . Our editor . . . Going formal in a 
jeep . . . "Let's take the scenic route." . . . Richard III. 



Cjeoryc StavroS ^CoaotLetL 



240 ADAMS STREET 
LOWELL 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Circle K 3, 4 ; Kappa Delta Phi 3, 4; Open House Guide 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; 
Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 



October 30 — Scorpio 



Indications point to your considrablc love of pleasure, games, sports, 
adventure, excitement, and travels. 



Lodgeball ... "I disagree!" . . . distinguished panel mem 
ber . . . Greek Independence . . . B.P.A. . . . "May I hav 
this dance?" 




61 BALLARD STRELT 
SAUGUS 
ELEMENTARY 



Footlighfers 1, Vice President 2. 3, Historian 4; F.T.A. 4; Deans' Aide 1; Invi- 
tation Committee Freshman Reception ; Centennial Banquet Decoration Com- 
mittee 1; Freshman Initiation Banquet Committee; Program Committee 2; 
Sophomore Dance Decoration Committee; Sophomore Show Committee; Prom 
Publicity. Favors Committee 3; Junior Barn Dance Committee; Junior Week 
Committee; St. Patrick's Dance Committee 4; Reception Hall and Orchestra 
Committee 4; Music Committee 4; W.A.A. Repre.entative 1; Awards 1, 2; 
Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1. 2; Soccer 1; Swimming 1, 2; Volleyball 1. 



April 1 S — Aries 



By nature you arc restless and fond of all sorts of social activity. 



I). I). Club ... i Vootlighter favorite . . . head jeepster 
. . . "Hi!" . . . always a helping band . . . "Did you see 
that?" . . . Dutch boys and girls . . . "Saugus, it's great!" 



19 WEST STREET 
BEVERLY FARMS 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Earth Science Club L, 2; F.T.A. 1.2: Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; Circle K 2. 
3, 4; Freshman Reception Committee; Initiation Committee 2 ; Sophomore 
Dance Committee : Junior Week Committee; Open House Guide 3 : Sophomore 
Show; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Football 1, 2. 3. 4; Dean's 
List 2. 4. 



September 9 — Virgo 
You are courageous and possess an active spirit of adventure and enterprise. 



Another six-month man . . . the eyes have it . . . beautiful 
. . . fore . . . tunipoo . . . moonlight on the beach . . . 
"Yes!" 




34 RIVER STREET 
DANVERS 
JUNIOR HIGH 



Class President 1; Book Club I, 3; Weather Club 4; Freshman Reception 
Usher; Freshman Dance Committee Chairman ; M.A.A. Dance Decorations 
Committee 2, 3; Entertainment Open House 2; Sophomore Show Stage Com- 
mittee; St. Patrick's Dance Entertainment 4; Baseball 2, 4; Basketball 2, 3. 4: 
Football 2, 3. 



January 2 — Capricorn 



All your dignity consists in thought and your endeavor to think well. 



"Yea, Bo!" . . . "Where's your lunch?" . . . Freshman IV 
. . . "Who has a pen?" . . . Danvers' finest ... 20 Brown 
Street . . . "How many cuts do I have?" . . . B.U. extension. 



122 FALCON STREET 
EAST BOSTON 
I I 1 Ml M ARY 




Glee Club 1; Book Club 2, 3, 4; Deans' Aide 4; Freshman Reception Invitation 
Committee 1 : Initiation Banquet Decoration Committee 1; Barn Dance Decora- 
tion Committee 3 ; Junior Week Program Committee ; Invitation Committee 4; 
Freshman Skit 1 ; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Field Hockey 1 ; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



January 3 — Capricorn 

Striving for betterment impels you to do all that you can to penetrate 
the darkness of ignorance. 

"I know it" . . . JJATS . . . "Is that sooo?" . . . submarine 
sandwiches . . . B.P. ... "Is he intelligent?" . . . old-time 
songs with a Heeland fling . . . "I'm in the jailhouse now!!" 



87 DEVIR STREET 
MALDEN 
BUSINESS 



Pitman Debating Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delti Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K 3, 4 
E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4: E.B.T.A. Convention 2, 3, 4; Commercial Council Repre 
sentative 1; M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2 ; Football 1, 2. 



June 1 4 — Gemini 
The elements for success and gain are well established in you. 



I he dimey saver . . . "Now, at the post office" . . . conven- 
tion trotter . . . the boys and I . . . one of nature's noble- 
man . . . the "Bible" . . . "There are lour classes of 
mail — 1 , 2, 3, and 4." 




8 RAY STREET 
SALEM 
BUSINESS 




Book Club 1. 2. 3, 4; E.B.T.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; E.B.T.A. Convention 4; Pi Omega 
Pi 3,4: Weather Club 4; Sophomore Show Committee ; Junior Week Com- 
mittee ; Pi Omega Pi Initiation Committee 4; Senior Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 4 ; Cooperative Council Nominating Committee 4 ; Log Circulation 
Staff 3. 4; W.A.A. Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1. 



February 26 — Pisces 
Serious purpose and sound enterprise carry you forward. 



"Hey, wait for me lightning Mahoney . 

better late than never . . . "But, Polly it's a high C." 




45 RAND STREET 
LYNN 
BUSINESS 



E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. Convention 1. 2. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; Foot- 
lighters 4; Commercial Council Representative 3, 4; Barn Dance Chairman 
Refreshment Committee, Decoration Committee 3; Business Education Council 
Banquet Committee 3 ; Open House Guide Committee Chairman, Photography 
Committee 3 : Co-Chairman 4 : Public Relations Committee 3; Co-Chairman 4 ; 
Prom Hotel and Orchestra Committee. Ticket Committee 3 ; Initiation Banquet 
Committee 4; Pi Omega Pi Initiation Committee 4; Council Executive Board 4 ; 
N.E.T.P.A. Conference 4; Sophomore Show; Laurel Chain 3 ; W.A.A. First 
Award; Basketball 1; Swimming 1 : Volleyball 1 ; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



May 10 — Taurus 

With unselfishness as a guiding beacon, you will always be at hand 

when help is needed. 

"To the Bridge!" . . . "Anyone seen Pat?" ... a willing 
worker . . . Miss Melas . . . "Anybody need a ride?" . . . 
peace-maker . . . "Going to the convention?" . . . one of 
the U.T.'s. 



44 NORFOLK AVENUE 
SWAMPSCOTT 
ELEMENTARY 




Class Secretary 2 ; Book Club 1, 2 ; Secretary 3; Initiation Banquet Decoration 
Committee 1, 4; Tableau Committee 1 : Sophomore Show Script Committee. 
Co-Chairman Dance Committee; CLIPPER Dance Decoration Committee 4; 
Music Committee 4: Brother-Sister Tea Committee 4: Council Representative 
1; Daisy Chain 3 ; W.A.A. Field Hockey 1; Volleyball 1 : Dean's List 3. 4. 



November 1 4 — Scorpio 
You work in a glow of inspiration, with the accent on free self-expression. 



Shoes galore . . . "Anchors Aweigh" . . . "Is that sooo? 
. . . Native Dancer . . . "Hey, you know what?" . . 
JJATS . . . concentrate . . . "Taxi, anyone?" . . . "Crunch! 
. . . always the artist. 




91 HAMILTON STREET 
DORCHESTER 
BUSINESS 



Camera Club 1,2: Kappa Delta Phi 1. 2, 3 ; E.B.T.A. 2, 3; E.B.T.A. Conven- 
tion 1.4; Circle K 3, 4; Pitman Debating Club 3, Vice President 4 ; Pi Omega 
Pi 4; Freshman Reception Committee; Open House Guide 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 4. 



September 5 — Virgo 

You have the happy quality and power of 
diplomacy when considering ideas and sug- 
gestions. 



Father knows best . . . guidance director . . 
Daddio . . . "Quick, what's the next one?" . . 
dedicated . . . ' Who needs sleep?" 




ircjima ft 




BEN HAM STREET 
GROVELAND 
ELEMENTARY 




Book Club 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1; Chess Club. Secretin 4: We.ulier Club, 
Secretary 4; Alumni Committee; Library Committee. 



May 1 — Taurus 
The joy of giving is one in which you delight. 



"The whole world is w rong" . . . The prime desire is to 
know everything uncommon for a well-rounded educa- 
tion . . . Violin enthusiast . . . "Anyone for chess???" 
. . . writing behind the charts. 




1 1 CAMERON ROAD 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 



Book Club 1; Deans' Aide 1; Centennial Banquet Committee 1; Freshman 
Dance Decoration Committee, Chairman; Testimonial Banquet Committee 1 I 
Prom Committee 3 ; Junioi Week Cake Sale; Fashion Show 4; Reception Com- 
mittee 4; Council Representative 1 ; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Basketball 1. 
2, 3; Field Hockey 1; Tennis 1. 2: Dean's list 1. 3, 4. 



October 25 — Scorpio 
You have a keen sense of humor and good judgment. 



Pennsylvania here I come . . . "OH, kids wait until you 
see my new dress" . . . How about that sarong? . . . "Oh, 
that's wonderful" . . . Wind tunnels . . . Music is beauty 
and life. 



CLul, K 'ULrlu, 



EAST STREET 
MIDDLETON 
BUSINESS 




F.T.A. 1. 3, 4. Secretary 2; Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2. 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



December 22 — Capricoi // 



You derive much intellectual pleasure in interchange of thought. 



"To the bridge" . . . "Oh, no!! Not moving again?" . . 
the shorthand kid ... "I missed my train" . . . the "140' 
club . . . D. D. Club . . . "Oh! those trips!" 




March I I Pisces 



Natural conservatism enables you to avoid extremes. 



"What's a what?" . . . Butch! . . . "I'm goin' with the 
guys" . . . "When are we getting invited for dinner?" . . . 
moonlight and roses ... I ittle One . . . "And actually" 
. . . "You know I'm conservative." 



101 I 1 YDEN STR1 I T 
EAST BOSTON 
BUSIN1 ss 




Camera Club 1. Secretary. Treasurer 2 : E.B.T.A. 3. 4: E.B.T.A. Convention 3, 
4; Pi Omega Pi 4; W.A.A. Archery 1; Basketball Official 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; 
Swimming 1 ; Life Saving 2. 



September 1 1 — Virgo 



our reputation as a good mixer will bring you a host of new acquaintances. 



Meet you on the highway . . . any new dance steps? . . 
drive by the beach . . . calypso woman . . . photograph) 
. . . individualist. 



Patricia cyCoui.se l^jc^^uo 



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H DOANE STREET 
HAVERHILL 
BUSINESS 



Class Secretary 3. 4; E.B.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; E.B.T.A. Convention 1, 2. 4; Pi 
Omega Pi 3, 4; Initiation Committee 2; Public Relations Committee 3, 4; 
Open House Guide 3; Junior Prom Hotel and Orchestra Committee, Favor 
Committee. Invitation Committee Chairman 4 ; Investiture Marshal 3 ; CLIP- 
PER Dance Invitation Committee 4; Pi Omega Pi Initiation Committee 4; 
Initiation Banquet Committee 4; Daisy and Laurel Chain Committee Co- 
Chairman 4; Open House Invitation Committee 4 ; W.A.A. Banquet Com- 
mittee 4; W.A.A. Dance Orchestra Committee 4; N.E.T.P.A. Conference 4; 
Sophomore Show; Business Manager CLIPPER; Daisy Chain Marshal 3; 
W.A.A. ( orresponding Secretary. Nominating Committee 4; Play Day Com- 
mittee 4; Awards 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Honor Team 2; Field 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Team 4; Soccer 1, 2; Volleyball 2. 



May 1 8 — Taurus 



You are not only a trail-blazer but are also alert to the demands of life. 



"Anyone seen Claire?" . . . gnome ... a winning smile 
. . . cooperation plus . . . "Boy, was it funny" . . . hard 
worker . . . "I'm collecting money for "... "yeth." 

. . . "Well, vou know" . . . one of the U.T.'s. 



2 0 3 RENFREW STREET 
ARLINGTON 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Kappa Delta Phi 2. 3, 4 ; Science Club 2. 3,4: F.T.A. 3.4; Weather Club 3.4; 
Circle K 4; Initiation Committee 2 ; Sophomore Show Committee; Open House 
Guide 3; Junior Week Committee: Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Baseball 
2. 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. 4; Football 2. 3, 4. 



July 24 — ■ Leo 



You have been endowed with the power to weigh and balance all sides 

of a question. 



"Excuse me sir." . . . "Where's she from?" . . . B.U.'s loss 
is Salem's gain . . . When Irish Eyes are Smiling . . . 
Smokes a pipe too. 




2 WOODRUFF AVENUE 
MEDFORD 
ELEMENTARY 



Bjok Club [; Freshman Tea Committee; Freshman Dance Decoration Com- 
mittee; St. Patrick's Dance Committee 2; Initiation Committee 2; Prom Pro- 
gram Committee 3; Sophomore Show. 



April 1 b — Anrs 

Whatever you do, you enjoy doing, and it is your ability to persuade 
others to do the same. 

Hey, jeannie . . . "Matches, matches" . . . beautiful brown 
eyes . . . little but lively . . . "What number docs this 
in. ike?" . . . Charleston . . . A. P.O. . . . Minnie Mouse 
. . . coffee time . . . "Hey, kids!" 



50 ATLANTIC AVENUE 
S \L C.L S 
ELEMENT A RY 




Deans' Aide I, 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2; Vice President 3, 4; Choir 1. 2; Vice 
President 3. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Freshman Reception Entertainment Committee. 
Invitation Committee; Freshman Dance Decoration Committee : Prom Usher- 
ette 3; Library Committee 4; Reception Committee 4; Music Committee 4; 
Invitation Committee 4; St. Patrick's Dance Ticket Committee 4 : Sophomore 
Show; Variety Show 4; Daisy Chain 3 ; Dean's List 1. 3. 4. 



March 1 2 — Pisces 

You were endowed with an independent spirit and the ability to inspire others. 



Maiden of the Round Table . . . Irish and beautiful . . 
slowpoke . . . "Do you know where we go next?" . . . thi 
long high hill . . . "I'll never get this done for tomorrow' 
. . . singer. 



Patricia 




9 WARREN COURT 
SALEM 
BUSINESS 



Footlighters 1 : Book Club 3; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4 ; Treasurer 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; 
Weather Club 4; Prom Program, Ticket, and Favor Committees 3 ; Pi Omega 
Pi Reserve Fund Committee, Executive Committee. Initiation Committee 4; 
Sophomore Show Committee; W.A.A. Field Hockey 1; Swimming 1, 2, 
Instructor 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



May 23 — Gemini 



Your contribution to humanity's betterment is a noble and generous heart. 



Cricket Hill . . . "been clown the stable lately?" . . . war 
widow — Ft. Meade . . . "Dungarees under the skirt?" 
. . . Kingsfield Lady . . . took a trip last week — Texas? 



1J2 BEACON HILL AVENUE 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Kappa Delta Phi 1, 2. 3. 4; Sophomore Dance Publicity Committee; Sopho- 
more Show Committee; Kappa Delta Phi Initiation Committee Chairman ; 
Commencement Usher 3; M.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Football 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Dean's List 4. 



November 1 0 — Scorpio 

You yearn to break down barriers and forge ahead into new fields. 

Man of distinction with his pipe . . . "Well, fellows" . . . 
"Boy, this is a waste of time!" . . . "Well, where have you 
been?" . . . conformist . . . Shakespeare enthusiast . . . 
socialite . . . barnstormer . . . future politician . . . Holiday 
tobacco. 




45 MAVERICK STREET 
CHELSEA 
BUSINESS 



Glee Club 1; Deans' Aide 1 . 2 : Pi Omega Pi 3 : E.B.T.A. 4; Freshman Recep- 
tion Entertainment Committee 1 : Alumni Committee 2; Sophomore Show 
Program and Ticket Committee : Junior Week Theatre Party Committee; Prom 
Favor. Ticket. Program Committees 3; Reception Committee 4; Luncheon 
Committee 4; Editorial Committee 4: Auditing Committee 4; Compass 2. 



June 14 — Gemini 



You are a practical person who likes to see a job well done. 



Nasty gash! . . . Buzzy . . . my heels 
as a rule" . . . W ashington, D.C. . . 
. . . the "140" club. 



. "Well, I don't 
'To llic bridge" 



aniiim 



17 SIXTH AVLNUE 
HAVERHILL 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Book Club 1; Initiation Committee 2; Sophomore Show; Kappa Delta Phi 1. 
2. 3, 4: Circle K 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 
Manager 3. 



November 1 6 — Scorpio 



You who are under the banner of Scorpio are self-reliant, 
trustful and resourceful. 



:: ' "Lay off, will ya?" . . . "Where's Ollie? . . . I'm eighteen, 
and I can prove it . . . "What kind are you smoking?" 
. . . handwriting specialist . . . Zara . . . Joe chivalry . . . 
"What a queen!" 



Degree to be conferred after completion of courses. 




170 PARIS STREET 
EAST BOSTON 
ELEMENTARY 



Freshman Reception Committee; Freshman Dance Committee; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Reception Committee 4; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2, 4. 



April 19 — Aries 
You are amiable, industrious and thorough in whatever you do. 



"My heart goes pitter" ... a chip . . . Villa Capri . . . 
No gas . . . "Any mail today?" . . . "Gee kids, I don't 
know" ... it the car could talk . . . "Who's going to 
empty the bucket?" 



10 BROOKS COURT 
NEWBURYPORT 
ELEMENTARY 




Earth Science Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4 ; Projectionist Club 3; Chess Club Secre- 
tary 4: Weather Club 4; Freshman Dance Decoration Committee: Sophomore 
Show Ticket Committee; Prom Favor Committee 3; Fashion Show Committee 
4; Alumni Committee 4 ; St. Patrick's Dance Publicity Committee 4 ; Invita- 
tion Committee 4; W.A.A. Archery 3, 4; Basketball 3; Field Hockey 3, 4: 
Soccer 3, 4; Softball 3, 4: Swimming 1, 4; Volleyball 3. 4. 



August 28 — Virgo 

You are well-fitted for your life work of leading others into the 
light of knowledge. 

Maiden of the Round Table . . . natural beauty . . . Nor- 
way's best product . . . sports minded . . . loves square 
dancing . . . five o'clock train . . . peacock pocketbook . . . 
handicraft hobby. 




64 BEACH AVENUE 
SWAMPSCOTT 
BUSINESS 



Class President 2; Kappa Delta Phi 1. 2, 3, 4; Alumni Secretary 3; Pitman 
Debating Society 2. 3; Footlighters 2, 3. 4; Circle K 2, 3; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4. 
Convention 2. 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Centennial Tableau Chairman 1 ; Sopho- 
more Show ^"riting Committee; Prom Hotel and Orchestra Committee 3 ; 
Seminar Chairman 3, 4; Council Social Committee 4; Usher Committee 4; 
Council Representative 1; Vice President 3, President 4; New York Conference 
Delegate 1. $.4; Bridgewater Conference 3; N.F..T.P.A. Conference 4: Sopho- 
more Show; Variety Show 2: Dean's List 1, 4. 



June 22 — Cancer 

A well-balanced person with the inner courage to carry on against great 
odds and still keep a calm mind. 

"What beach party?" . . . summers in N. II. . . . 84 char- 
acters . . . "You know my parakeet? He got his tail caught 
in the typewriter!!" . . . "See me after class" . . . first-class 
gentleman. 



14 NORTHEY STRI I T 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 




Class Vice President 4; Book Club 1 ; Glee Club 1. 2. 3 ; ( Hon 1.2, > ; Chess 
Club 4; Centennial Committee 1; Freshman Dance Decoration Committee; 
Sophomore Dance Decoration Committee Chairman ; Testimonial Banquet Com- 
mittee; Sophomore Show Script and Music Committee; Social Committee 3, 4; 
Junior Week Committee; Barn Dance Committee 3; Reception Committee 4: 
St. Patrick's Dance Committee 4; Council Representative 2. 4; Secretary 3; 
N.E.T.P.A. Conference 3; Variety Show 2. 4; Log Staff I; Daisy Chain 
Marshal 3: W'.A.A. Basketball 1 ; Field Hockey 1; Volleyball 1, 2 : Dean's 
List 4. 



April 24 — 1 'aunts 



You are characterized by a flair for organization and executive ability. 



Rockport . . . vital, vivacious and vivid personality . . 
golf enthusiast . . . "The Bomber" . . . "There will be 
meeting 



2S WASHINGTON STREET 
REVERE 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1; Freshman Reception Committee; Freshman Dance Committee; 
Sophomore Show Committee; Prom Committee 3; Reception Committee 4; 
Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2. 4. 



August 2 — Leo 
You are exceedingly loyal to your friends. 



A Chip . . . the upper of the duct . . . ice-cube tree . . . 
"She just had to give us that test!" . . . "Ain't that a 
shame" . . . "I'm traveling incognito." . . . poetic ex- 
pressions . . . Boulder University hound. 




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60 MAVERICK STREET 
EAST BOSTON 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Circle K 2, 3 ; M.A.A. Ticket Committee 2 ; Sophomore Dance Orchestra 
Committee; Sophomore Show Casting Committee; Building Committee 3; 
Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 4. 



March 1 7 — Pisces 



Your initiative will provide the opportunity to reach the goals of your choice. 



"One dollar and twenty-five" . . . Mario . . . Soft shoe . . . 
"Let's go for a hot chocolate." . . . Snowball . . . director 
. . . friendliness . . . does any job well. 




H WELD STREET 
NEW BEDFORD 
BUSINESS 



TYi Mu I, 2. 3, 4; Bookstore Association 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Associates. Book- 
keeper 2, 3. 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3 ; Footlightcrs, 3. 4; Pi Omega 
Pi }, 4; Book Club 4; Membership Committee Pi Omega Pi; Usherette Senior 
show 3 : Variety Show 3; Lo^ Business Manager 2; Uean's List 1. 2. 



I 



May 7 — Taurus 



Your love of harmony and hope for its universal application is wonderful. 



Is there something she can't do? . . . neat as a pin 
Monday morning blues . . . "Correct change, please" 
travel. 



91 BEACH STREET 
REVERE 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Audio-visual Club 2. 3. 4: Camera Club 2 ; Kappa Delta Phi 2. 3, 4 ; 1 .T.A. 
3, 4; Circle K 4; Initiation Banquet Committee 2; M.A.A. Dance Committee 
2, 3 : Sophomore Dance Committee; Cooperative Council Representative 2 ; 
Sophomore Show; Usher 3; M.A.A. Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4: basketball 1. 2. J, 4; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Tennis 1 . 2, 3, 4. 



May 9 — Taurus 

You arc living up to your true self when building a solid foundation 
for your professional interests. 

"Where's Dickie?" . . . "California, here I come" . . . 
amiable . . . SS's loss is our gain . . . Arealiot . . . the man 
on the lake . . . silence is golden. 




erson 



22 PEARL STREET 
MARBLEHEAD 
ELEMENTARY 



f \ 



Book Club 1; Deans' Aide 1; F.T.A. 4; Freshman Dance Committee; Fresh- 
man Tea Committee; Sophomore Dance Committee ; Initiation Committee 2 ; 
Junior ^\"eek Cake Sale Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Cooperative 
Council Representative J; Sophomore Show. 



January 20 — Aquarius 

\ ou w lio belong to the dynasty of Aquarius arc thoughtful, helpful, 

reliable, and sincere. 

Top Secret Affair . . . fire department . . . conscientious 
. . . pleasant manner . . . makes many friends . . . 
"Nor'easter" . . . true Marbleheader . . . "Let's get to- 
gether — !" . . . Sophomore Sarong. 



294 ALD1-N ROAD 
FAIRHAVEN 
BUSINESS 




K.B.T.A. 1. 2, 3. 4 : Tri Mu 1.2.3.4: Footligbters 2; Book Club 3 ; Pi Omega 
Pi 3, Secretary 4; Commercial Council, Secretary 4; E.B.T.A. Conference 4; 
Sophomore Show Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Junior Week Com- 
mittee; Move-up Day Program Committee 4; Cooperative Council Represen- 
tative 3 ; Log Typist 3. 4, Reporter 3 ; Laurel Chain 3; Dean's List 4. 



July 7 — Cancer 

You are in excellent position to bring your services to others who work 

for or depend on you. 

Too Suen . . . another engaged business senior . . . short 
hand whiz . . . Siamese cats . . . "Oooh, you kids!!!" 




144 FOREST STREE I 
DAN VERS 
ELEMENTARY 



A.C.E. 1. 2. 3; Camera Club, Vice President 2 ; Dean's List 3, 4. 



November 20 — Scorpio 



One would have a person great in great things and elegant in little things. 



"My nephews" . . . gone fishing . . . superior student . . . 
played volleyball . . . beautiful garden . . . lover of the 
out-of-doors . . . envy of the arts and crafts class. 




Glee Club 1 : F.T.A. 4; Council Nominating Committee 4; CLIPPER Dance 
Ticket Committee; Senior Gift Committee; Senior Music Committee; W.A.A. 
Decoration Committee; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2, 4; CLIPPER Co- 
advertising Manager; W.A.A. Basketball 4; Field Hockey 4; Soccer 4; Soft- 
ball 4; Volleyball 3; Awards 1, 2; Dean's List 4. 



September 1 — Virgo 

You have unusual ability to carry to a successful completion any idea 

that might develop. 



Maiden of the Round Table . . . Irish laughter . . . "I May 
Be "Wrong, But I Think You're Wonderful . . . "B.C.'s the 
most!" . . . "Ohh, Honey!" 



Vincent f^j. C )(iuo 




71 JEFFERSON STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 



F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; N.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K 2; Freshman Tea Committee; 
Sophomore Show Committee; Junior Week Committee; CLIPPER Advertising; 
M.A.A. Baseball, Basketball. Football. Intramural 1, 2, 3. 4. 



,\<>\ ember 9 — Scorpio 

You who were born under the Scorpio coat-of-arms are quick 
in thought and action. 

"Yes!" . . . Cook Street's Cousy . . . choke time . . . 
mathematician par excellence ..." The Celts can't lose" 
. . . "Where do we go next period?" . . . "Going to the 
game tonight?" . . . panic time. 




November 7 — Scorpio 



Your adventuresome nature inclines you toward speculation. 



Bobmobile . . . "Let me tell you what Jackie did" . . . 
"And 1 could have used the money most" . . . Green carna- 
tions in the snow . . . "Did anyone watch the rights?" 




9 WOODSIDE STREET 
SALEM 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1 ; Book Club 2, 4, Vice President and President 3 ; Chess Club 3,4; 
Weather Club 3, Vice President 4; Freshman Dance Committee; Freshman 
Tea; Library Committee 4; Compass 4; Log 3; Dean's List 1, 2. 3, 4. 



February 8 — Aquarius 

You have an intuitive and sympathetic understanding ot the 
state of others' feelings. 

"Who Dun It?" . . . philosophical discussions . . . Room 37 
. . . "You castled!!!!! . . . grouchy . Africa teaching. . . 
the Colonial Period . . . writing behind the charts . . . 
short story writer. 



crrou 



10 ADAMS STREET 
SALEM 
BUSINESS 




Kappa Delta Phi 1. 2. 3, 4; Pitman Debating Society 1, Treasurer 2, 3, Presi- 
dent 4; E.B.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Men's Glee Club 2 ; Kappa Delta Phi Representative 
to National Fraternity 3; Circle K 3. 4; Usher at Graduation 3; Sopho- 
more Show. 



September 23 — Libra 



Readiness to venture automatically equips you for leadership 
and for pioneering endeavors. 



Week-end trips to Regis . . . July 4th ... "I don't need a 
lesson plan." . . . "Where's Don?" . . . "My father-in-law 
says "In OUR store." 




on 1 1 



crrom 




8 8 SUMMER STREET 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 



I .T.A. 1, 2; Sophomore Show Committee; Sophomore Show; M.A.A. Show; 
M.A.A. Treasurer 2; M.A.A. Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Varsity 
Captain 4. 



March 14 — Pisces 



You arc able to view everything calmly and 
with balanced judgment. 



Mr. Basketball . . . "Nothing like the Army!" 
. . . "Barb's taking care of it." . . . The for- 
gotten man . . . "Where's the paper?" . . . 
devoted husband and father. 




I\ ol>c r I 2)ai/iJ Pern 



6 BULFINCH STREET 
LYNN 
JUNIOR HIGH 




P.T.A. 1. 2. 3, Historian 4: Chess Club, President 4: Circle K 3; Weather 
Club; Freshman Dance Committee: Music Committee 4; Freshman Show; 
Sophomore Show; Dean's List 2, 3. 



October 24 — Libra 



Your victories are the result of tact, diplomacy, and persistent effort. 



"Gramps" . . . "That's all — time for the State Troopers." 
. . . lover of great music and literature . . . his mark is 
still on the hall curtain — (you missed with the eggs) 
. . . Father Perry. 




12 DARLING STREET 
MARBLEHEAD 
BUSINESS 



Footlighten 1, 3, Vice President 2. President 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4 ; Pi Omega Pi 4 
Sophomore Show Script Committee ; Reception Committee 4 ; Sophomore Show 
Christmas Play 1, 2; Glass Menagerie 3, Doctor's Orders 4; Daisy Chain 3 
Dean's l ist 1, 2, 3, 4. 



May 8 — Taurus 



The world of entertainment would soon tarnish were it not for your 
new and inspirational ideas. 



"I fad a fabulous time" . . . excellent speaker . . . natural 
actress . . . Brud . . . Hedda Gabler . . . "Oh, I'll never 
pass! !" 



Beth Pod 



26 PRATT S I R I 1 T 
MALDEN 
1 LTMENTARY 




Book Club 1. 2; F.T.A. 3; Centenni.il Banquet Tickets Committee 1; Iresh 
man Dance Decorations Committee; Nominations Committee 2, Sophomore 
Dance Committee; Sophomore Show Usher; Dean's List 4. 



July 1 — Cancer 



W ith you nothing is static; all is in a state of constant change. 



"Whose car?" . . . "What's a what?" . . . long distance — 
N.Y. . . . vitality ... "I feel like an isolate!" . . . Cecil, 
the Seasick Sea Serpent . . . confusion reigns . . . Butch! 




! nit in e sjoa 1 1 r n>Ls 






2 8 GRANT STREET 



EASTHAMPTOX 



BUSINESS 



E.B.T.A. I. 2. 3, 4 ; I ri Mu I, 2, 3. 4; Footlighters 2, Secretary 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 
3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; National Business Teachers Conference 4; Freshman Tea 
Committee; Initiation Committee; Sophomore Show Program and Ticket Com- 
mittee : Move-up Day Program Committee 4 ; Pi Omega Pi Program Com- 
mittee 4; Alternate Council Representative 4; Log 1. 2. 3. 4: Laurel Chain 3 : 
Dean's List I, 



You stress freedom of thought, approaching or accepting new ideas eagerly. 



May 27 — Gemini 



lie's cute" . . . giggles . . . while-collar worker . . . "Did 
I iron this well enough?" . . . "Are my seams straight?" 



JjUorotLu C n roll lit li I ril \ 



14 I KNOX STRI I I 
BEVERLY 
BUSINESS 




Deans' Aide 1. 2 ; E.B.T.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Glee Club I; Footlighten 2, 3, Treasurer 
4; F.T.A. 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Freshman Tea Committee: Sophomore Show 
Program Committee; Senior Hall Committee; Sophomore Show; N.B.T. Con- 
ference 4; E.B.T.A. Conference 2; Laurel Chain 3; W.A.A. First Award; 
Dean's List 1. 2. 3. 



September 1 1 — Virgo 



Your mind is keen and alert, and you accomplish things with 
dispatch and efficiency. 



July 7 . . . stylish . . . first engaged business senior . . 
everything in its place . . . she's in love with a won 
derful guy. 




70 REVERE STREET 
EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 



freshman lea Committee ; Freshman Dance Decorations Committee; Sopho- 
more Dance Ticket Committee; Sophomore Show Ticket Committee; Junior 
Barn Dance Publicity Committee; Prom Favors Committee 3 ; Junior Week 
Committee; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Fashion Show Committee 4; Investi- 
ture Committee 4; Sophomore Show; W.A.A. Softball 1 ; Volleyball 1. 



July 3 1 — Leo 

\\ itty, sociable, and an interesting conversationalist, you attract others. 



A Chip . . . naughty but nice . . . story time . . . band 
leader . . . treading on thin ice . . . "Who had it?" . . . 
beach comber . . . "I'm keeping it ail for myself." . . . mice 
dance at midnight . . . the boarding house. 



SHADY LANE DRIVE 
NORTH W ILMINGTON 
BUSINESS 




Dramatic Club 1; E.B.T.A. ; Tri Mu 1, 2. 3. 4; Senior Show Usherette ' 
W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2. 3; Swimming 1. 2; Volleyball 1. 2, 3. 



November 20 — Scorpio 



Happy are you who carry joy within. 



Seen but not heard . . . broken glass . . . "Right away, 
please" . . . silence is golden . . . Two years in a Ford con- 
vertible . . . One of the Wilmington clan. 




5 7 HEARD STREET 
CHELSEA 
ELEMENTARY 



Deans' Aide 1. 2, 4. Secretary 3: Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Choir 2; F.T.A. 3; 
N.E.A. 3; Freshman Tea Program and Entertainment Committees; Freshman 
Dance Program and Decorations Committees; Sophomore Dance Ticket Com- 
mittee; Junior Week Committee; Move-up Exercises Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Program Committee 2, 3, 4; Senior Luncheon Committee 4; Sophomore Show; 
Compass Associate Fditor 2, 4; Log 2, Training School Column 3, 4, Copy 
Editor 4; Christmas Party Usher 4; Daisy Chain 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



December 1 4 — Sagif/cirius 

Your peace of mind and foresight produce the harmony for 
a successful lite. 



Maiden oi the Round Table . . . petite and sweet . . . sense 
of humor . . . l>londie . . . "They didn't burn them, they 
were hanged" . . . little black book . . . "Ah, the lounge." 



36 UNION STR1 I T 
LAWRENCE 
ELEMENTARY 




Book Club 1. 2; FT. A. Magazine Representative 1; Treasurer 2; Vice Presi- 
dent 3 : President 4; Circle K 3. 4; Kappa Delta Phi 3. 4: Weather Club 4; 
Senior Class Treasurer; Nominating Committee 3: Decorating Committee; 
Fashion Show Committee; Council Representative 2, 3. 4; CLIPPER Literary 
Editor; Dean's List 2, 3. 4. 



November 1 — Scorpio 

You are careful, conservative, trustworthy, and very capable in the 

handling of details. 

Puck . . . Literary Editor . . . going formal in a jeep . . . 
Bishop's . . . "Got any money ...?"... divided back 
seat . . . "Haverhill, here I come." . . . "See you in 14" 
. . . couldn't ask for a better friend. 




185 SHUTE STREET 
EVERETT 
ELEMENTARY 



Earth Science Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Centennial Ball Committee 1; Freshman 
Tea Committee; Junior Week Committee; Sophomore Show; Laurel Chain 3; 
Usherette 3; W.A.A. Representative 2, 3. Nominating Committee 4; W.A.A. 
Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Hockey 1; Volleyball 1. 2, 3. 4; Dean's List 4. 



April 27 — Taunts 

Your earnest hope is that you can, in sonic measure, help rid the world 
of the ignorance that has always interfered with its progress. 

Maiden of the Round Fable . . . athletic . . . energetic . . . 
Mt. Monadnock . . . geography enthusiast . . . Haile 
Selassie . . . Sal I [epatica . . . Miss Italy . . . Turkish 
Coffee . . . purple teet . . . grape crusher . . . Friendly 
Plymouth Hotrodder. 



[<nj £ Sargent 



6 ELLIS AVENUE 
W 1 NHAM 
1 I I Ml \ fARY 




Deans' Aide 1. 2. 3 : Girls Glee Club 1,2; F.T.A. 2, 3 ; Freshman Decorations 
Committee ; Sophomore Dance Decorations Committee ; Investiture Com- 
mittee 4. 



April 9 — Aries 



Wholehearted good nature endears you to .ill within vour sphere. 



D. D. Club . . . Nike . 
. . . coffee break . . 
Sunday evenings!" . . 
confusion. 



. Tena . . . tea leaves 
blue convertible . . 
. Twin Lake Villa . 



. -W'hay?" 
"Ah, those 
. organized 



J'lorence Cj. So tiro J 




10 CONNECTICUT AVENUE 
SOMERVILLE 
BUSINESS 



Deans' Aide 1, Vice President 2. 3. 4: F.T.A. 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Book 
Club 3; Choir 3; E.B.T.A. 4: Pi Omega Pi 4; Social Committee 1; Alumni 
Committee 2, 3, 4; Insurance Committee 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Auditing Committee 4; General Welfare Committee 4 ; Executive Board, Co- 
operative Council; Compass Associate Editor 2; Log Typist 3, Reporter 2, 3, 
Circulation Manager 4; W.A.A. Basketball, Honor Team 2, 3; Field Hockey 
1, 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3, Honor Team 1; Volleyball 1, 2, 3 ; Wellesley Playday 1, 3. 



November 14 — Scorpio 



No window-dressing horn a luxury shop can match your sheer 
vibrancy of personality. 



"Sea-Grams, Flo?" ... I was so embarrassed . 
. . . "What's trumps?" . . . "I'm so nervous!' 
lobster . . . Happy-go-lucky. 



Jeese kids 
. Love of 



r.80 SALEM STREET 
WOBURN 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Senior Class President; Circle K 2, 3 ; F.T.A. 4; N.E.A. 4; Freshman Dance 
Committee; Sophomore Show Script Committee ; Junior Week Committee ; 
Cooperative Council Nomination Committee; N.E.T.P.A. Conference 4; Usher 
Graduation 3 ; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



August 24 — Virgo 

Executive ability is your motivating power; it stimulates thought 

and impels action. 

Pat . . . our pres . . . "Give the committee full power" 
. . . industrious and conscientious . . . strives to achieve 
worthy goals . . . Woburnite . . . baker is as baker does . . . 
musical chairs . . . mystery night. 




19 MASON STREET 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1,2; Deans' Aide 2. 3. 4 ; F.T.A. 2,4; Freshman Dance Decoration 
Committee; Initiation Committee 2; Prom Favor Committee 3; Senior Barn 
Dance Decorations Committee; Investiture Committee 4; Orchestra Com- 
mittee 4; Reception Hall Committee 4 : Open House Guide 3 ; Freshman Skit 1 ; 
Sophomore Show : Junior Prom Usherette. 



January 28 — Aquarius 

You make the most of the talents you are blessed with, and constantly 
aspire to greater thing'-. 

Tea leaves . . . "My mother doesn't like you" . . . I). I). 
Club . . . Teddy bear . . . "I'm not adjusted" . . . "Eve 
led a sheltered life' . . . collecting roosters . . . going 
formal in a jeep. 



Carolyn ((Allison J S>ui(i 



wcui 



48 STONE AVENUE 
SOMFRYILI 1: 
ELEMENTARY 



Cheerleader 1; F.T.A. 1; Glee Club 1, 4; Choir 4; Deans' Aide; Freshman 
Dance Decorations and Ticket Committees; Freshman Skit Committee; Cen- 
tennial Banquet Ticket Committee 1 ; General Welfare Committee 2, 3 : Insur- 
ance Committee 3; Junior Prom Favor Committee; Alumni Committee 4; 
Dr. Driscoll's Tea Committee 4 : Senior Barn Dance Decorations Committee ; 
Senior Fashion Show Committee; Invitations Committee 4 : Senior Music Com- 
mittee : Senior Reception Committee; Log 1, 2. 4; Laurel Chain 3; W'.A.A. 
Recording Secretary 4; Awards W.A.A. 1. 2. 3: W.A.A. Basketball 4; Field 
Hockey 1. 4: Soccer 4: Softball 2; Swimming 3. 4; Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Salem Playda) 3; Bridgewater Playday 3; Framingham Plavdav 3: \\'ellesle\ 
Playday 1. 2, 4 ; Dean's List 3. 4. 



July 20 — Cancer 

Your gainful activities flourish and bring 
the profits you anticipate. 

Semper Fidelis . . . just returned from 
Carolina . . . "Got a letter today!" . . . 
work hard and you'll win . . . two 
awards . . . "Tennis, anyone?" . . . 
"Get those points in soon." 





Vootlightcn 1.2: E.B.T.A. 2. 3.4; Book Club 3.4; Pi Omega Pi 4 ; Footligbters 
Committee 2 : Junior Prom Committee 3 ; Auditing Committee 4 : Sophomore 
Show; Log Circulation Staff 4; W.A.A. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1,3: 
Volleyball 2, 3. 



November 24 — Sagittarius 

You have a sunny disposition, a charming personality, and much 
originality, wit, and humor. 



White with red polka dots . . . "Hey, Kids" . . . "Nellie 
Belle doesn't feel too well" . . . "Does that rose have 
a scent?" 



(^(cauor cJLoui5e ^Jadent 



L 50 CIRCUIT ROAD 
WINTHROP 
FXEMENTARY 





A.C.F.. 1, 2; F.T A. 3, 4; Junior W eek ( 'omnut i re; lunior ( .ike Sale (Com- 
mittee : Reception Hotel Committee 4. 



April 7 — . \ ri\ s 

You make it a habit to extend cheerfulness among those with whom 

you associate. 



"Who! Me! I don't want to read"' . . . L). U. Club . . . 
"What's a what?" . . . "Don't tickle" . . . right breed? . . . 
"I'll never tell" . . . "A quarter?" . . . "Your personality 
is showing" ... "I don't like you." 




Glee Club; Freshman Tea Committee; Freshman Dance Committee; Sopho- 
more Show Committee ; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Show Committee; 
Tea Committee 4; Senior Reception Committee; Sophomore Show. 



June 20 — Cancer 



Your energetic and determined nature will certainly carry you far in 

your chosen career. 



A Chip ... "I didn't bring any lunch." . . . Bloody Mary 
. . . "Let's go for a little spin." . . . "Don't be that way" 
. . . right home . . . "Don't cry on my shoulder." 



44 SCHOOL S I R I I T 
SALEM 
fUNIOR HIGH 




F.T.A. 4; N.E.A. 4: M.A.A. Poster Committee 2. S . Sophomore Show ; M.A \ 
B.iseb.ill 1. 2. V 4; R.isketkill 1. 2 V 4: Football I. 2. \, 4; Dean's Lisl 4. 





June 1 — Gemini 



You find true security and purpose in your awareness of new 
ideas and possibilities. 



Daily Scout deed . . . always ready to debate . . 
Tony's private dining hall, '48 Chewy sedan 
not over-cut in that subject am I, Bob?" 



Bob and 
. . "I'm 



32 SIXTH STREET 
MEDFORD 
BUSINESS 




Circle K Executive Board. Activity Committee : Pitman Debating Club; Sopho- 
more Show; M.A.A. President 4; M.A.A. Baseball 1. 2, 5. Captain 4; Intra- 
mural Basketball, Intramural Football. 



January 15 — Capricorn 



You are unusually energetic, independent, and ambitious. 



Calypso kid . . . Latin lover . . . Trigger 
life of the party . . . "O.K. youse guys" . 
Proctor in your house?" 



coach . . . 
"Is there a 



L^nrlhiva (~S>taceuJ 'irowt 



4 DEARBORN AVENUE 
BEVERLY 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1; Freshman Show: Senior Program Committee. 



September 23 Libra 



You believe a cheerful but rirm stand adds 
to success and approval. 



Grandma . . . "Looking out toi in\ other 
daughter" . . . 1). 1). (dub . . . Franklin, 
Dodgie, and Peggy Sue . . . my mentally re- 
tarded cat . . . "What? A guidance counselor 
with a private chauffeur?" 




456 y z LOWELL STREET 
PEABODY 
BUSINESS 




Deans' Aide 1 ; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Camera Club 2 ; Choir 3, 4 ; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; 
F.TA. 3 ; Pi Omega Pi 4 ; Commercial Council Representative 2 : Freshman 
Tea Committee; Senior Music Committee; Senior Reception Committee; Log 
Distribution Staff; Daisy Chain. 



November 1 8 — Scorpio 



Your beauty is a tonic to the lowest spirits. 



"Hey" . . . one of the gang . . . cute 
the highway . . . lovely to look at . . 
"What stop sign?" 



. ambassador 
a real lady . 




in SHURTLEFF STREET 
CHELSEA 
ELEMENTARY 



Deans' Aide 1, 2. 3, Vice President 4; Glee Club 1, 2; F.T.A.; N.E.A. 3: 
Move-up Exercises 1. 2, 3, 4: Freshman Tea Program and Entertainment Com- 
mittee ; Freshman Dance Program and Decorations Committee ; Sophomore 
Dance Publicity Committee; Sophomore Show Script Committee; Program 
Committee 2. 3, Co-chairman 4; Senior Luncheon Committee; Compass Asso- 
ciate Editor 2. 4; Log Feature Editor 2. 3, 4; Usher Christmas Party 4; Usher 
Senior Tea 3; Dean's List I, 2. 3, 4. 



January 6 — Capricorn 



Vdii have much literary ability and great originality of expression. 



Maiden oi the Round Table . . . poetic genius . . . little 
black book . . . long beads ... "I didn't study last night" 
. . . "Now, in Chelsea we have ..." 



\trione ^ Inn 



22 EDEN STREET 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 




Glee Club 1; F.T.A. 2, 3. 4; Junior Prom Favor Committee; St. Patrick's 
Dance 3. 4; Fashion Show 4; Junior Prom Program and Ticket Committee; 
Senior Invitation Committee; W'.A.A. Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2. 



August 1 0 — Leo 



You have an affectionate, courteous, and generous nature. 



Good things come in small packages . . . Miss Almy 
trips to New Hampshire in a very old beach wagon 
They make such a cute couple. 




3 DEPOT STREET 
DENNISPORT 
ELEMENTARY 



Deans' Aide 1. 2; F.T.A. L, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Freshman Dance Refreshment 
Committee; Freshman Dance Decorations Committee; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2; 
Archery 2; Basketball 1. 2; Softball 1, 2; Tennis 1. 2. 3; Volleyball 1, 2. 



December 21 — Sagittarius 

I he ability to know and get along with others is truly a valuable asset. 

Loyal Capecodder . . . avid movie goer ... a real lover 
ot Shakespeare . . . cross-word puzzle enthusiast . . . 
talented wood carver . . . cheerful laugh to brighten all 
. . . Little Mary. 



-6 C I 11 TON AM M l 
MARBLEHEAD 
ELEMENTARY 



F.T.A.; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 




^Jdrfeu . J~. \AJard 




November 12 — Scorpio 

You have natural, charming manners and 
great powers of self-expression. 

A joy to know . . . Can opener convertible . . . 
"Don't worry, dear." . . . "Need any help?" 
. . . Ever on the search for knowledge . . . "This 
is the end." . . . Gym balcony Thursday after- 
noon. . . over-achiever. 




32 STANDISH ROAD 
LYNN 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1,2; Deans' Aide 4, President 2, 3 : F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Dance 
Ticket and Decoration Committee: Attendance Committee 2. 3; Sophomore 
Dance Ticket and Decorations Committee; Sophomore Show Script, Ticket 
and Program Committees ; Junior Week Activities Committee; Junior Prom 
Favor and Publicity Committees; Barn Dance Ticket, Decorations, and Publicity 
Committees 3; General Welfare Committee 3; Program Committee 3, 4; Invi- 
tation Committee 4 ; Fashion Show Ticket Committee 4 ; Council Representa- 
tive 3; Sophomore Show; Variety Show 2, 4; CLIPPER Assistant Editor 4; 
Log 2, 3 ; Laurel Chain 3; W.A.A. Awards 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2. 3. Class 
Team 4; Field Hockey 3; Soccer 3; Swimming 1, 3; Volleyball 2, 3, Class 
Team 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



February 4 — Aquarius 

It is your vision that builds modern institutions of learning and improves 
our educational system. 

JJATS . . . "California, here I come" . . . Stretch for 
short . . . summers at the Kcnmore . . . "Gym" enthusiast 
at North Conway . . . those B.C. boys and M.I.T. men 
. . . mathematician . . . mono? . . . library. 



33 HUBBARD STR1 1 I 
CONCORD 
[ 1 1 Ml \T.\R 1 




Book Club 1, 2; Deans' Aide 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 2. Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; 
Freshman Dance Decorations Committee; Freshman Tea Committee; Junior 
Prom Ticket and Program Committee; Program Committee 3, Acting Chair- 
man 4 ; Senior Barn Dance Decoration Committee ; Senior Music Committee; 
Invitation Committee 4; Fashion Show Committee 4; St. Patrick's Day Dance 
Ticket Committee 4 ; Sophomore Show. 



October 29 — Scorpio 



Your happiness of life depends upon your quality of virtue and 
reasonable nature. 



'If it's a man, it's for me . . . jeepster . . . rollerskating 
fan . . . What's the program for next week? . . . the 
friendly type . . . Maiden of the Round Table . . . Beans! 



Barbara ^4nn WJliite 




8 BERRY STREET 
DANVERS 
ELEMENTARY 



Book Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Deans' Aide 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Fraternity Sweetheart; 
Confidentially Yours 4; Class Day Exercises Hostess 1, 2; Initiation Com- 
mittee 2; Chairman Initiation Banquet 3. 4; Social Committee 2, 3, Chairman 
4; Public Relations 2. 3; Music Committee 4: Barn Dance Decorations Com- 
mittee 4; St. Patrick's Dance Publicity Committee; Welcome Dance Committee, 
Chairman 4; Invitations Committee 4; Council Dance Committee Chairman 4; 
N.E.T.P.A. Conference 4; Daisy Chain 3; Sophomore Show; Orientation 
Day 2, 3. 4; Prom Queen 3; Log 3; W.A.A. Dance Decoration Chairman 2, 3; 
Banquet Decoration Committee 2; Court 2, 4; Awards 1. 2, 3. 4; Good Posture 
Award 2 ; W.A.A. Nominating Committee 4 ; Manager of Brow n 2 ; Manager of 
Volleyball 3 ; Basketball Honor Team 1,2; Field Hockey Honor Team I, 2, 3; 
Soccer Honor Team 1. 2, 3; Swimming 2; Volleyball Honor Team 2. 



November 1 7 — Scorpio 
You have an active and dynamic personality. 



A smile, a wink, a wave . . . Miss Sophisticate . . . five 
colleens . . . "Here" . . . right leaf of a shamrock . . . Pink 
Lightning . . . "Where's my efficiency box?" ... "I guess 
I overslept." . . . "Oh! Really?" 



funic s . ^1. I i {u>la ccr ; ^jr 



10' .. I OS I I R S I R! I I 
SALEM 
JUNIOR HIGH 




Earth Science Club 1 ; F.T.A. 1, 2; Kappa Delta Phi I, 2. 3, Vice President 4; 
Circle K 2. 3, Treasurer 4; Freshman Dance Committee 1; Initiation Com- 
mittee 2 ; Open House Guide 3; Junior Week Committee 3; Sophomore Show 2 ; 
1\\ Day Usher 3; M.A.A. Intramural Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4; Intramural Basket- 
lull L. 2. *, 4; Intramural Football I, 2. 3, 4. 





August 2 8 — Virgo 

Your wide and far-reaching mind enables 
you to visualize the end of an undertaking. 



White Horse Beach . . . New Hampshire . . . 
a quart of anti-freeze to go . . . Judy . . . 
20 Brown Street . . . good-natured . . . master 
gardener. 




892 SALEM STREET 
MALDEN 
ELEMENTARY 



Glee Club 1 ; Sophomore Show Ticket Committee ; Junior Prom Publici 

Committee: Dean's List 3. 4. 



May 6 — Taunts 
You arc a gentle "light that guides" and illumines. 



Maiden of the Round Table . . . reformer . . . best- 
dressed . . . beautiful, beautiful brown eyes . . . Miss 
Posture . . . butterfly . . . "Really?" . . . "Oh, stop it!" . . . 
super dress maker . . . model figure . . . panda. 



139 LUCERNE STR1 ET 
DORCHESTER 
BUSINESS 




Kappa Delta Phi 1, Initiation Committee 2, 3. 4; E.B.T.A. 3, 4; Pitman 
Debating 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Sophomore Show Lighting Committee; Nomi- 
nating Committee 2; Junior Prom Hall and Orchestra Committee; Senior 
Reception Committee Chairman; Sophomore Show. 



August 1 3 — Leo 



You are always ready to face persons, or situations unfamiliar to you. 



Beryl . . . "And they didn't leave a tip either" . . . one of 
the coffee gang . . . the clean-up kid . . . "Gotta beat that 
Boston traffic" . . . "This here kid." 



Case Study 



I. IDENTIFYING DATA 



NAME: Class of 1957 

ADDRESS: State Teachers College, Salem, Massachusetts 

GRADE: College 

SEX: Mixed Group 

BIRTHDAY: 9/14/53 



CLASSIFICATION: Business, Elementary, and Secondary Education 

II. PROBLEM 

The development and preparation of prospective teachers 

III. DEVELOPMENTAL HISTORY 

A. Family History: A heterogeneous group of males and females 

of varying environmental backgrounds and parental stimu- 
lation. 

B. Personal History: Products of normal births and rapid develop- 

ment. Subject to the usual childhood diseases. Normal 
eating and sleeping habits. 

C. Previous School History: Completed eight years of elementary 

school and four years ot secondary school. Currently in 
pursuit of B.S. in Ed. Degree at the State Teachers College, 
Salem. 

IV. REPORTS OF SPECIALISTS 

Remarkable Intelligence Quotients 

V. SUMMARY 

Students ot the highest calibre with excellent teaching prospects. 

VI. DIAGNOSIS Tests administered: 

Initiation 

( alifornia Test of Mental Maturity 
Sophomore Examinations 
National Teachers Examination 
Personality Test 

VII. THERAPY 

Practice reaching 

( !ase Study Recorder 

Joseph S. Salerno 



Group History 

STAGE I: INFANCY 
1 953 — 1954 

"Although infants differ in their rate o) progress and in their accomplish- 
ments at any given time, they show a high degree of similarity in the order in 
it /*/( b different developments appear and are consolidated." 

Psychology, conceived as the science of behavior, is concerned with the study <>t 
man wherever he may be found. Thus it was that on the eventful day of September 
14. 19S3. the analysts of Salem Teachers College was astounded by the appearance of 
.i unique group — the Freshmen of the class of 1957. However, reports of the academic 
aptitudes of this group had already reached the college, so that pyschologists rushed 
some additional analysts to assist with the study of this dynamic group. In iact, this 
group was so dynamic that it was necessary to add additional analysts each year. These 
analysts would bring with them the latest improvements in the Experimental, Norma- 
tive-Survey, Clinical, and Genetic approaches to the study of growth. 

The presence ot this much heralded band of Freshmen caused immediate repercus- 
sions in the college, especially among the women, because one of the distinctive features 
oi this Freshman class was "a co-ed's dream come true,' - an all-male division. 

The psychologists, eager to observe the Freshmen at work, undertook a Control- 
Experimental Study, using the Control group, which consisted of the Sophomores, and 
the Experimental group, which was made up of the Freshmen. The Sophomores were 
called upon to administer to the Freshmen a series of grueling physical, emotional, 
social, and mental tests which came under the general classification of Initiation. The 
administration of this battery of tests lasted for four days, from September 2 8 to 
October 1. during which time the Freshmen were restricted to the wearing of beanies, 
the performing of whatever antics were commanded by the Sophomores, completion 
of an obstacle course, and a trip through the "torture chamber." One aspect of this 
four-day testing program which was watched with particular interest was the test 
which dealt with the proper utilization of the fine and gross motor skills. The instru- 
ment medium used in this test was basketball. This specific testing situation was held 
on Monday afternoon, September 28, and ended in a 42-34 victory for the Sophomores. 
Nevertheless, two Freshmen distinguished themselves as star performers. John Kapnis 
and Robert Walker. (It was later learned that the scoring instrument used was lack- 
ing in reliability and validity!) 

The Freshmen climbed the first rung of the social ladder when a record number 
of five hundred attended the initiation banquet on Thursday, October 1. The stability 
of friendships was established when, amid the merry din of class songs and dedications, 
the upperclassmen feted the sportsmanship of the Freshmen. The environment of 
Chapel Ha!l was transformed by a wide variety of tabic decorations which provided 
the setting for the affair. The Freshmen gave some indications of the skills they were 
capable of performing in the field of entertainment as they presented original skits 
which included a variety show, a parody of "Dangerous Dan McGrew,'' an old-fashioned 
melodrama, a dramatization of initiation scenes, and a slapstick dialogue. 

Still in the early stages of social growth, the Freshmen, under the direction of 
the Freshmen Advisers, sent out invitations to their parents for a Fall Tea which took 
place on Sunday, October 2 5. Once again the Freshmen provided the entertainment. 



Now that the problems of adjustment were beginning to be ironed out, the Freshmen 
carried on their first elections on November 5, to select their leaders. The final tabula- 
tions showed that the class choices were: Joseph Lyons (president) : John Gilligan 
(vice president) : Lydia Darakjian (secretary), and John Kapnis (treasurer). 




John Gilligan. John Kapnis, Lydia Darakjian. Joseph Lyons 

Then, on December 3 1, 1953. came the retirement of our chief analyst. President 
Edward A. Sullivan. In appreciation of the fine leadership and guidance he had given 
the students during his administration, a giant banquet was held in his honor at the 
Salem Armory. Notables from throughout the state were in attendance to pay tribute 
to this fine administrator, and the affair was covered by members of both press and 
radio. President Sullivan was installed as head of the college on November 18. 1937, 
and during his sixteen years of administration he had established an illustrious record. 
President and Mrs. Sullivan were given a North Shore marine painting by students 
of the college and alumni as an expression of their affection for them. 




With the coming ot March, the permanent replacement tor President Sulliv.in was 
announced, and President Meier rose to the task of continuing our guidance. President 
Meier came to us trom Bridgewatcr State Teachers College where he had been a former 
professor of biology and dean of men. 

By the time May had rolled around, we began to show signs of moving out of the 
infant stage. During the year we had shown continued patterns of development in 
all of the measurable areas of growth. A freshman, Eleanor Mazzarella, in a contest 
held for the purpose of selecting the person who showed the most talent in creative 
poetry, had been named Poet Laureate of S. T. C. for 19 54. We had been present for 
the appointment of Dr. Meier as the seventh President of the college, and as part of 
the giant centennial celebration, his official inauguration ceremony was held on June 3. 
As a special tribute to the fine leadership and guidance they had shown us. the 19 54 
CLIPPER was dedicated to a trio of Presidents: Bruce F. Jeffery, acting president. 
President Emeritus, Edward A. Sullivan, and Frederick A. Meier, president. A hundred 
years of steady progress had evolved before us. and in special observance of the event 
a gala Centennial Week was set aside. Focusing on the student-conceived theme. "We 
cuter to learn, go forth to serve," the Centennial of the Stare Teachers College at Salem 
was marked by three outstanding events. The high point of the program was the 
installation of Dr. Frederick A. Meier as President of the college, on Thursday. June 3. 
On Thursday evening, a combined Centennial and Inauguration Banquet was held in 
the Auditorium of the Saltonstall School on Lafayette Street in Salem. Friday was 
featured as Students' Day, and on that evening, the Centennial Ball was held at the 
Hotel Statler. A large and successful reunion of the Alumni Association was held on 
Saturday, June 6. 



STAGE II: CHILDHOOD 
1954 — 1955 



"Childhood is a period within which the individual carries the responsi- 
bilities involved in the tasks of getting himself well founded in his exploration 
of the world, substantially prepared to communicate with others, understand - 
ingly oriented with his own culture, and securely launched into ever-broaden- 
ing social relationships." 

The studies made of us in our Infant Stage so astounded the world of psychology 
that on September 13. 19 54, an additional group of analysts was brought to Salem 
to observe us as we entered our Childhood Stage. 

Our leaders for this year had been chosen in May of our Freshmen year. 

These were: Ed Moran (president), John Capomaccio (vice president), Sylvia 
Manchin (secretary), and Anthony Salvo (treasurer). 




Sylvia Manchin, Anthony Salvo, Edwin Moran, John Capomaccio 



Some of the environmental changes which greeted us upon our return included 
these innovations: a public address system for the cafeteria, painting of the interior of 
the building, tiled floors, and a new student lounge. But the most significant change, 
which made a lasting impression upon the emotional stability ot all ot us. was our 
first glimpse of the model of the proposed new building for the Salem campus. The 
new building will include an auditorium, administration offices, gymnasium, and a 
library. 



Sympathy is a complex form of emotional experience whereby the individual 
attempts to put himself in another's place and share his feelings and emotions. With 
great sympathy, we. as Sophomores, for the purpose of gathering scientific data, 
administered a scries of comprehensive aptitude tests to the new Freshmen group. The 
strong influence that environmental changes at the college had made on us were 
insufficient to counteract the innate desire to observe the responses of others to situ- 
ations such as we had met the year before. Satisfied with the results of initiation, we 
readily reacted to the sober business of planning our first "big" social event of the year, 
the Sophomore Show. Under the direction of Dot Morgan, Pat Starble, and John Naso, 
the class presented "Nautical Notions," a musical comedy concerning the adventures 
of a group of college students on a tramp steamer bound for Europe. It was a smash 
hit. Choreography was handled by Sylvia Manchin and Marjorie Hovcy. and the music 
was prepared under the direction of Rosemary Gould and Mary Biadasz. 

A child, as he improves his mastery of the skills of creeping and walking, starts 
out to investigate his immediate surroundings. Thus we, as Sophomores, having grown 
out of the stage of infancy, began to explore and diagnose some of the features that 
our environment had to offer. We started our more detailed studies through a medium 
of field trips on February 23, 19SS, by visiting the nearby Coast Guard Station in 
conjunction with our study of weather in science. Another interesting science trip 
was to the Saugus Iron Works. A visit was made on March 7. to the Danvers State 
Hospital. As a culmination of our explorations during this period of our growth, we 
were taken on a field trip to Newton that we might be in a better position to draw 
some correlations between the theoretical and the practical teaching experiences found 
in one of Massachusetts' most advanced educational areas. 




The seemingly unlimited abilities, skill, and understandings shown by our class 
so bewildered our analysts that they were quick to prescribe a measurement of our 
intelligence in order to establish the validity of our diagnosis. These tests came under 
the heading of Sophomore Exams and lasted two days. March 9-10. However, the dis- 
tribution of scores of the class showed evidence of normal curve skewness and extra- 
polation was necessary for accurate interpretation of data. (Editor's note: For the 
benefit of the layman. EXTRAPOLATION — the process of extending a norm line 
beyond the limits of actually obtained data, in order to permit interpretation of extreme 
scores.) 

When it was announced that greater support was needed to further the cause of 
our new building project in the legislation, we were quick to respond, and many of 
us went to the State House to urge the Essex County Legislators to vote in favor of 
the new addition to Salem Teachers College Campus. The funds were approved. 

Seeking to create a little environmental transformation of our own. on March 
18 we altered Chapel Hall with shamrocks and leprechauns, making the transition 



from a study hall to a beautiful ballroom for our St. Patrick's dance, appropriately 
called "Shamrock Serenade." 

The Business Education students, eager to do a little exploring of their own, went 
beyond the limits of Massachusetts as they attended the Eastern Business Teachers 
Association Convention in Philadelphia. Pat McAvoy, Elaine Coccioni, Sandra Drake, 
and Claire Maloney found themselves in a new, but enviable environment, the Y.M.C.A. 
At the final meeting of the convention, the Salem students entertained the members 
with a medley of songs under the direction of James Maher. 

I he physical prowess which we had revealed when we won the basketball champ- 
ionship the previous year, once again manifested itself, as Salem, led by a host of 
Sophomore sensations, retained the championship crown. The Sophomores on this 
outstanding team included John Perroni. Robert W alker. Vincent Olivo and William 
Cullen. 

May 19 was the day set aside for the W.A.A. banquet. Girls from our class who 
were cited for outstanding achievements during the year were: Jeanne Cunningham, 
Barbara White, Dot Barry, and Jean Salvi. 

With the arrival of June, we ence again were getting ready for the pleasant 
summer ahead of us. Another year, in which we had shown steady growth, had elapsed, 
but the achievements of this year were dimmed by the thoughts that in the ensuing 
year we would be losing several men to the armed forces. 

Dr. Meier, during his first full year, had established himself as a fine, capable 
leader, and in gratitude was awarded the dedication of the CLIPPER, an honor he 
richly deserved. 




STAGE III: ADOLESCENCE 
1955 1956 



"Adolescence is thought of as that period of life during which maturity 
is being attained. This period is also marked as a time in the individual's life 
u/hetl it is difficult to consider him as either a child or an adult." 

Growth proceeds from general to the specific, from mass behavior to specific 
or differentiated movements, and from general forms of behavior to diffuse forms 
of behavior. Thus it was that after two years of being exposed to general information 
and practicing habits of studying and learning, we were ready to transfer our training 
and begin teaching. For the first time in our college career we were separated. We 
were arranged into four divisions and each division was to spend a quarter of the 
year at the Training School. Junior I was the first division to undertake the process 
of developing the environment of an individual so as to produce desired behavior. 




Richard Dussault. Treasurer; Ronald Logan. President; 
Chester Lee. Vice President; Patricia McAvoy, Secretary 



One of our first duties as Juniors was to take on the role of guiding the Individ- 
ual Child. Thus on September 9. before classes started, many of us took on the 
responsibility of being "Big Brothers" and "Big Sisters" to the incoming crop of 
Freshmen and to try to help them with their adjustment problems. Remembering our 
own helplessness not too many months past made this task not only gratifying but 
absolutely necessary. 



Practice Training was something we bad looked forward to with mixed emotions. 
Long known as the testing ground for inexperienced teachers, it was looked upon as 
a sort of basic training in which we would have to put into practice all that we had 
learned and then some. However, the reputation we had built up in two years of 
preparation and developing of skills, information, understandings, concepts, and atti- 
tudes was well founded, and we successfully completed our eight-week training periods 
with outstanding achievements. 

On our return to classes on September 12, we were told that Dr. Amsler had 
been called upon to add to the swelling ranks of observers. By November 17. news 
of our achievements had even spread to the world ot politics, and Senator Kennedy 
and Lieutenant-Governor Whittier were sent to get a first-hand view of us. Mean- 
while, progress was still going on at the college. Chemistry was offered as a subject 
for the first time in twenty-six years, and a soccer team was started. One of the 
most enjoyable programs held this year was the satire of a German band. 1 lowever. 
the one big change that we had all expected, the construction of the new building, 
was still confined to the architect's drawing board. 




One of the illuminating features of our transition from childhood to adolescence 
was a stronger formation of groups and associations. Out of the comparatively loosely 
organized activities of childhood, we developed larger and more stable group activities. 
The first of these was our Harvest Jamboree, which was held on November 22. For 
this occasion we adopted the "Mother Goose" theme. Later, on Dec. 15, we held our 
second annual Christmas party. 



On April IS. 1956, Salem officially established the ninety-seventh chapter of the 
National honor fraternity ot Pi Omega Pi. This chapter, which was the second in New 
I upland, was called Helta Alpha, Fourteen Busine s Juniors were initiated into the 
organization that day and later in the evening they were feted at a banquet in their 
honor. 1 he fraternity's worthy adviser is Professor Bruce Jeffery, whose history can 
be read in "W ho's Who in Education.' 




Our biggest group activity, however, didn't occur until "Junior Week." Some 
of the spectacular affairs held during this week included a gall theater party, a beach 
party, and a mystery night. The culmination of this giant social week was the Junior 
Prom, he'd at the beautiful Hotel Fensgate. Casino on the Charles. 

Our social growth was not confined to our own activities. Many of the Juniors 
were chosen to act as ushers, members of the Daisy and Laurel chains or Marshals at 
Commencement. For Marshals at their investiture ceremony, the Seniors selected 
Patricia McAvoy and Ronald Logan. 



LAUREL 




asparian, Carolyn Sullivan, Christine Prejs, Patricia Nowakoski, 

Elizabeth Komarin, Claire Maloney, 



( f IAIN 




DAISY CHAIN 



Sylvia Manchin, Conscance Turlo, Beverly Tuton. Judith Poole, Josephine Collins. 
Elaine Coccione. 

Patricia McAvoy Marshal, Nora Rubenstein, Rosemarie Domingos, Ada Ishkanian, 
Betty Ann Burns, Jean McCarthy, Barbara White, Dorothy Morgan Marshal. 




USHKRS 

Jean Perron, Pasquale Starble, Richard Chapman, Edwin Moran, James Woolaver, 
Thomas McEnaney, Miles Cares, Aubrey Bowden, William Cullen, Thomas 
Gallagher. 

Rickard Donovan, Richard Dussault, Chester l ee. Richard Goolsby, Ronald Logan. 



STAGE IV: ADULTHOOD 
1956 1957 



''Adulthood is not to be viewed as a pinnacle that marks a final adjustment 
and a stopping place, but as a role of responsibility within which one continues 
in the rewarding exploration of new worlds." 

The dividing line in the progression from adolescence to adulthood is very slim 
and. by nature, difficult to distinguish. However, when we returned to Salem on Sep- 
tember 10, 1956, we could sense that a change had taken place within us. The 
"Professional Attitude," of which we had heard so much, had become a part of us. 
Our previous three years had been marked by play and exploration; however, the 
level of the play and exploration had been constantly raised, so that by the time we 
reached the usual preadolescent years we had already anticipated the nature of more 
mature roles and were well on our way to playing them. Now, after three years of 
having been under continuous observation and guidance we were ready to make our 
public debut, and what a debut it was! The results of our appearance on the educa- 
tional scene were spectacular and drew the attention of supervisors everywhere. 

On December 4, Dr. McCarthy, the newly appointed director of all teachers 
colleges in Massachusetts, who had undoubtedly heard of our accomplishments, was 
on hand for his initial inspection of us. This year also brought with it a broadening 
of interests in sports as we extended our soccer activities to include a game with 
West Point. Many of us were on hand to accompany the soccer team for their game 
there. 

On Thursday, December 13, we held our third annual Christmas party. The 
occasion was marked by a special treat as Northeastern's Choir combined with our own 
from Salem Teachers College to help celebrate the occasion. The groups were alternately 
conducted by Tucker Kaiser of Northeastern and our own Dr. Clifford. 

As Seniors, our "needs"' were quite different from those with which we were 
faced in preceeding years. Whereas, during our period of infancy, we were coping 
with term papers, during our childhood period with lesson plans and during our period 
of adolescence with postponing tests, in our period of adulthood, our main concern 
was job security. However, the list of accomplishments that accompanied our reputa- 
tion had such an appeal that superintendents throughout the country were bidding 
for our services. 

The CLIPPER, with an able staff, began its voyage on the very first day of 
school. Despite the dangers presented by the elements of frustrations and mental 
blocks, the ship successfully weathered its voyage. 



CLIPPER Hoedown 




We looked upon the arrival of the Second Semester with a note of sadness as it 
was learned that Dr. Dliscoll, one of our foremost analysts, was going to leave us. 
In appreciation of the kindness and understanding she had shown us, a tea was held 
in her honor. However, our spirits were raised when we heard that the vacancy created 
by Dr. Driscoll's departure would be filled by Dr. O'Rourke, a worthy successor. 




Our analysts, eager to measure our growth in achievement, set us out in compe- 
tition with seniors from colleges throughout the country, and on February 9 a 
representative host of Salemites took the National Teachers Examinations. Once again 
the results obtained were so incredible that additional measures, with increased validity, 
reliability, usability, and better established norms had to be administered to us by 
Dr. Amsler. 




OFFICER: 

Would you be so kind as to put 
a nickel in the meter if it should 
expire before I complete my ex- 
amination, as we are required to 
remain for 5 hours? Thank you 
very much. 



It is often stated tli.it the indiviilu.il receives his biologic.il inheritance through 
maturation, while he acquires his soci.il inheritance through .iccultr.uion or learning. 
Social activities had been a part of our career, but it was during our Senior year that 
we were to reach our peak in this field. The CLIPPFR STAFF held a "Senior 1 loedown" 
on October 5, and followed this up with the sale ot carnations on the Friday before 
St. Patrick's Day. Keeping the tradition of celebrating St. Patrick's Day, the Senior 
Class, for the third consecutive year, sponsored the St. Patrick's Dance. This time a 
variation in the technique ot holding dances was added, lor refreshments were served 
at the dance and stage skits were presented. The music was under the direction of 
our own Mr. Rich. 

Although tickets for "My Fair Lady" were still at a premium, we presented our 
own "fair Ladies" on Thursday evening of April 11, as we held a giant fashion show. 
The models for the affair included women from our own class, faculty members, 
under-class women, and children of the faculty and students. This event proved to 
be a smashing financial and social success. 

The W.A.A. was particularly active this year as it held its annual Orange and 
Brown party and many sports events which ranged from swimming to field hockey. 
For their annual semi-formal the girls decorated Chapel Flail with hundreds of stars, 
as they chose "Midnight Whirl" as their theme. The queen was Betty Ann Burns and 
the senior members of the court were Josephine Collins and Barbara W hite. "Olympics," 
a theme based upon sports played in different parts of the world, was the theme for 
the annual W.A.A. Banquet held on May 21. 

"Alas! how swift the moments fly! How flash the year along!" The impact of 
fleeting time was brought to our attention by the arrival of Investiture on April 25 
in Chapel Flail when we were formally invested in our academic garb. Then in quick 
succession followed Class Day, June 5, with its memories and happy promises. We 
reached the zenith of our social activities after four years of College life on June 6, a 
Thursday evening, as we held our Senior Reception in the Oval Room of the Sheraton 
Plaza. We were formally accepted into the Alumni Association at a banquet. The most 
poignant day of our four years, Sunday, June 9. began with Baccalaureate exercises in 
the morning and ended with Commencement in the afternoon. 

We had made progress through all the stages : having attained maturity success- 
fully, we were rewarded with our degrees and given the opportunity to compete in the 
activities of our time. 

Report Submitted. 



Joseph Salerno 



OFFICERS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS 




Andre Thibodeau, President ; Annand Thibode.ui, Vice-President 
Dorothy Thomas, Secretary; Richard Connors, Treasurer. 



I I I Ml \ fAin JUNK >K I 




A. Thibodeau, J. Burns. D. Silvernail, J. Kcaveny, P. DiMcnto, J. Mullen. 
M. Brophy, [. Irish, C. Iwanicki, A. Eddy. B. Anderson. B. Bl.iir. L. Landford, 
E. Fletcher. 

M. Smith, B. Ban) . Mr. Collins. P. Pantazopoulos, B. Chaggaris, E. McCarron. 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR II 




E. Purdis. L. Belle. R. Incerto. A. Thibodeau. R. Grant, M. MacDonald, A. Timmons. 
J. Lorizio, J. Liggiero. D. Pementa. M. Priede, E. Kawcynski. K. Hurley. C. Conway, 

L. Hobbs, I. Fistes, J. Shmaruk. 
C. Kelley. C. Leonard. P. Sheppard, Mr. Salley. F. Melanson. R. Ryan. 



ELEMENTARY JUNIOR III 




N. Abrams, R. Claffey, D. Powers, S. Morency. S. Sabanty, D. DiGregorio, B. Blanchard. 
S. Matteucci. P. Pearson. J. Maloney. Miss Hoff. B. Rimer, E. Flynn. 




JUNIOR HIGH JUNIOR I 




T. Mullen. C. Markham. W. Kautz, J. Murphy. R. Connors. R. Lewis. F. Logiudice, 

H. Mulligan, R. Painchaud. 
A. Turla, V. Donald, j. Dinecn, Mr. Callan. A. Roffey. R. Collyer, M. Grenier. 



JUNIOR HIGH JUNIOR II 




W. Russell. R. Anderson, T. Mahon, J. Galaris, N. Donegan. 

D. Caven. D. Connelly, J. Malolepszy% J. McDonald, D. Eckman, F. Walsh, C. St. Paul. 
J. Looney. B. Berube, J. Hanson, M. Marino. W. White. P. Perperian. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION JUNIOR I 

■ 




M. Twomey, H. Stone. A. Cull. G. Brown. W. Lawless, P. Mungan, J. Lawless. 
N. Soucy, P. Webster. Miss Witham, X. Avrameas. D. O'Donnell. S. Kay. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION JUNIOR II 




M. Cashman, 1). (..is.ili, C. Brown, R. Boyle, [. Piaseczny, K. Pothier, B. McCann, 
E. Waskicwicz. 

A. Man/i. P. Lange. M. Scalund. Miss Berman. V. Gucrriero. C. DeVito. 



Oi l K I RS Ol Till SOIM IOMORI ( I ASS 





Sandra Boardman, Secretary ; Donald Buckley. Vice President; 
Paul Ruelle, President; Lewis Quinn. Treasurer. 

ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE I 



r o n r $ 




M. Shortell. K. McCarthy, P. Cotti. R. Burns, A. Viselli. C. Thomas. M. Smith, 
A. Booras, J. Piekos. 

M. Downey, A. Grande. S. Boardman. T. Freedman. J. Furey. N. Kardaris. I. Gold. 
G. Humphreys. 

C. Rocheleau, D. Amato. A. Anthonakes, N. Messina. E. Campbell. M. Picone, 
M. Conway. C. Alaburda. 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE II 




K. Gildea. J. Amoroso, R. Hayes. R. Bailey, R. Brandt, E. Smith. 

M. Casey, N. Ford, S. Broderick, P. Johnson, C. Perkins. E. Karalekas, E. Yeannako- 

poulos, R. Curtin, M. Zartarian. 
R. Bronstein, E. Jones, A. Murphy, Mr. Geer, B. Finegan, J. Moran. E. Gosselin. 



ELEMENTARY SOPHOMORE III 




E. Clancy, J. Tivnan, F. Brown, II. Robertson, C Castaldi. S. I latcher,. 

C. Morrison, J. O'Brien, M. Lemieux, M. Audet, C. Dangora. 

f. McGhee, J. Darling, D. Bisazza, M. Yudin, J. Gove, K. Femino. 



I I I Ml M ARY SOIM lOMORl IV 




\i t n 



B. Nolan, A. Harding. R. Keville. B. Damon, E. McHugh. 

J. Lane, D. Holmes, J. Markin. M. Roselli. J. Gormalley. B. Friend. H. Babcock, 
M. Parrella. 

J. Burke. D. Zantos. J. Tennant. Miss Younis. A. Violet. J. Miller. J. Fournier. 



JUNIOR HIGH SOPHOMORE I 




G. McGurn, R. Strobel, E. Anderson. J. Gibbons, J. Woods. P. Coleman. E. Logan, 

J. Fasciano. 

H. Simpson. M. Prochilo. A. DiMasi. A. Richard, J. Arena. E. Deschamps, J. Doyle, 

W. Ambrose. R. Plummer. 
G. Gunning, J. Dalton. E. Malsberg. Dr. McGlynn. S. Raynes, L. Tenney. D. Adams. 
R. Makela. 



JUNIOR HIGH SOPHOMORE II 




D. Vincent. B. McHugh, A. Cohen, J. Arnoldy, T. O'Conor. D. O'Sullivan, J. Schlegel, 

S. McCormick. R. Walsh. 
J. Gould. R. Couture, G. Donovan, E. Riley, R. McCaffrey. A. Phaneuf, R. Provenzano, 

D. Babin. D. Buckley. C. McClory. P. Mackey. 
R. Berkowitch, F. Bergmann, J. Cheney. C. Tremblay, Dr. McGlynn, C. Crowley. 

R. Whalley, F. Cooney.. L. D'Ovidio. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION SOPHOMORE I 




P. Foley, R. Joyce. B. Wallace, C. Powers. M. Miskell. P. Carbone, J. F. Walsh, 

J. J. Walsh, R. Losano, N. Gianareles. 
N. Pascouchi, P. Carbone, R. Connolly, R. Jones. D. Spaneas, W. Clifford, P. Ruelle, 

C. Robson, !.. G.uidctte, I). Hogan. 
( . Sergi, A. Brady, C. Sztramski, Dr. Amsler, C. Irzyk, M. Collins, F. Roberts, 

W. Bernard. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION SOPHOMORE II 




M. Sudak. A. Hickey, C. Gadbois, M. DcLeo. C. Amorcso. J. Dimitri. B. Altonen. 
M. Walsh. 

D. Urban. B. St. Martin, J. Crimmins, C. St. Pierre. E. Dowling, M. Simoneau. 
L. Bastable, R. Scott. 

L. Gilbert, C. Victoria, B. Medeiros. M. Sweeney. L. Quinn, P. Rizzo. S. Andreoni. 
N. Fleming. 



OFFICERS OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS 




W. Thomson, Vice President; T. Merchant. President; J. Doyle, Secretary; 
C. Obremski, Treasurer 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN I 




G. Thistle. S. Lovering. M. Gillespie. J. Rafter, M. Rynnc. R. Rotondi. M. Brennan. 
R. Ojantakanen. 

M. Florence. M. Wood. E. McSheffery. B. Kutchukian, V. Anderson. S. Cotter. 

P. Chandler, S. Maloney. 
E. Stratouly, C. Ofilos. A. Daly. Mr. Slater, M. Feingold. P. Preston, N. Hodgdon. 



ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN II 




J. Letourneau, M. I lines. E. Maravelias, N. Harrington. B. Pullo, D. Healey, M. Fin- 
negan. 

I . Del.lippo. J. Murtagh. J. O'Neil, E. Walsh. S. Pierce, J. Murphy. C. Curry. 

[. Antonopoulos, J. Meagher, N. Tassinari. 
B. Greehy, P. Kimball. T. Sperounis, H. Dembowski. I'. Capen, R. Dully. 



II 1 Ml .MARY IK I SI IMAX 111 




M. McDevitt, M. Richards, J. Carroll, R. Highgas. R. Browne. L. O'Neill. J. Herman. 
J. Kelleher. C. Crane. 

A. Egan, L. Leone, C. Gould, E. DeSesa, S. Gitletz. P. Savoie, C. Pelletier. I. DiCarlo, 
J. Cullity. 

N. Hawley. M. Barrette, C. Provost. L. Marcus, E. Polansky. C. Zaccone. P. Brooks. 
B. McBride. 

ELEMENTARY FRESHMAN IV 




M. Misiano. J. Flanagan, J. Brudzynska, E. Connolly, S. Cartledge. F. Oakes. A. Barbeau. 
J. Amero. 

A. Isenstadr, S. Messina. N. Hendricks, S. Marshall. J. Hibbard, E. Gaffney, J. Johnson, 
F. Collins. 

J. Hoffman. E. Butler. A. Hoomis, F. Hunkins. W. McDermott, M. R. Fruit. M. Fruit. 
L. St. Jean. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION FRESHMAN I 




J. O'Hare, C. Connell, J. LaPorte, D. Agganis, M. Antonell, P. Phaup. J. Moroney. 
J. Murphy, J. Splaine, B. Matthew, A. Davidson, R. Haley, W. Miles, R. Gonalpho, 
S. Shapiro. 

S. Giovanni, E. Cummings, R. Savel, J. Swartz, Mr. Hardy. D. Danas, L. Gould, 
T. Dodge, J. Doyle. 




L. Stone, R. Connolly, J. Duncanson, R. Beauchemin, R. Thomas, R. Parker, J. Dineen, 
I'. I'anogopolos. 

VI. Anthony, I . Gust a, \ : . J.icliimowic/., C. Jean, M. ( otter. G. Sullivan, T. I lealey, 
( . Leslie, J. Molla. 

A. Medici. |. Splaine. I'. Bolino, Mr. Sullivan, V. Marini. L. Zarcnek. G. Fenlon, 
M. Walke. 



JUNIOR HIGH FRISHMAN I 




C. Johnson, D. Donovan, P. Pesce, D. Reddington. P. Bennett, J. Meagher, V/. Thomson, 

V. Malfitano, W. Barry. 
S. Cleary, T. Voyer. I. Knight, N. Xiarhos, C. Jones, A. Robinson, R. Sullivan. M. Stone. 

E. Curtin, D. Twomey, C. Walsh. 
N. Pinto, R. Ciill, G. Spellman. B. Dion. K. Barry. A. Lukianowicz. E. D'orlando, 

D. Donovan, D. Crowley. P. Lusignant. 



JUNIOR HIGH FRESHMAN II 




E. Murphy, R. McCarrick. R. McBrien. R. Porter. P. Kushnieruk, E. Lovely, R. Smith. 

J. Hart, D. Murphy, J. Begg. 
T. Merchant, A. Horovitz, M. Sabean, F. Ferreira. C. St. Pierre. F. Smith. M. Krantz, 

R. Nutter. P. Richards, P. Murray. P. Barrett. C. Obremski, D. Rubin. D. Prusky, 

R. Kiley. J. Cunniff. D. Dabrieo'. 
R. Maiella. P. Mclnnis, M. Walsh, A. Avallone, F. Carroll, L. Halford. A. Archambault. 

J. Foss. B. Segal, E. Dabrieo, B. O'Rourke, E LeDuc. 




PHOTO 



MT. KLARSARGI-, MAX I IAMIM IIR1 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
EXECUTIVE BOARD 



Betty Ann Burns 
President 



R.OS1 MARII Do.MINCOS 


Patricia McAvoy 


V tee President 


Corresponding Secret ars, 


Carolyn Sullivan 


Elaine Coccioni 


Recording Secretin ) 


l reasurer 


Josephine Collins 


Patricia Clancy 


manager oj I earn Sports 


Manager of inaii id ual Sports 


Marii.ou Cashman 


Arlinl Timmons 


n . 1, t 1, 1 1 \ i 

basketball manager 


I'le lil Hockey Manager 


Carol Iwanicki 


Pauline Webster 


Soccer Manager 


Volley/hill Manager 


Sylvia Morency 


Eileen Flynn 


Su /in ming Manager 


Softball Manager 


Sandra Boardman 


Phyllis Rizzo 


Archery Manager 


Hiking Manager 


Jeanne Lorizio 


Georgia Perry 


Play day Manager 


Publicity Manager 


Joan Gormally 


Phyllis Rizzo 


Manager of Brown 


Manager of Orange 



CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 



Senior 
Lucy Kasparian 



Maureen McDevitt 
Joanne Molla 



Junior 
Janet Shmaruk 

Freshmen 

Mary Brennan 
Judy Foss 
Eileen Walsh 



Sophomore 
Eileen Deschamps 



Janet Swartz 
June Hibbard 



MEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Chester Lee, Donald Connor 
Maurice Beaulieu, John Keaveny, Dean Lowrey, Richard Dussault, Thomas Tringale 



OFFICERS 

Thomas Tringale Richard Dussault 

President Secretary 

Maurk.Ii Beaulieu 
Treasu rer 



COACHES 

Baseball and Basketball — Dr. Twohig 
Soccer — Dr. Amsler T ennis — Mr. Antone 

Athletic Director — Mr. Lowrey 



BASEBALL TEAM— 1957 




J. Leonard. J. Walsh. P. Roumeliotis, E. Murphy, R. Joyce. M. Beaulieu, Coach Twohig. 
M. Sabean. G. McGurn, T. Tringale. Captain, W. Cullen, D. Cavin, J. Dalton. 




I()M THING AM' BUI- CULLEN 




M.A.A. FASHION SHOW 




Mr. Panosian, Mr. Geer, Dr. Clifford, Mr. Lowrey 



THE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION 




COUNCIL OFFICERS 

Richard Dussault, Treasurer; Arthur Cull, Assistant Treasurer; Paul Perperian, Vice 
President; Rave Oaf fey, Secretary; Edwin Moran, President. 



CHAIRMEN OF STANDING COMMITTEES 

Library — John Looney 



Alumni — Bessie Grover. Cynthia Kubler 
General Welfare — Estelle Waskicwicz 
And it inn — Roscmarie Domingos 
Finance — Elaine Coccione 
Insurance — Florence Sotiros, Janet Shmaruk 



Prog ram — Nora Rubenstein 
Beverly Tuton 

Public Relations — Ada Ishkanian 
Claire Maloney 

Social — Ba rba ra White 

Treasurer — Richard I )ussault 



EXECUTIVE BOARD 




Rosemaric Domingos. Claire Maloncy, Elaine Coccione. Ruth W eston. 

Bessie Grover. Florence Sotiros, Barbara White. Estelle Waskiewicz, Cynthia Kubler. 

Arthur Cull. Richard Dussault, Edwin Moran, Paul Perperian, Rave Claffey. 




FIRST COUNCIL OUTING — 



1956 



President 

William Gillooly 

Vice President 
Gordon Brown 

Secretary 

Patricia Nowakoski 

Treasurer 

Elaine Coccione 

Ad i her 
Mr. Jeffery 




BUSINESS EDUCATION COUNCIL 




EASTERN 
BUSINESS 
TEACHERS 
ASSOCIATION 



President 

Dorothy Thomas 

Secretary 

Ruth Weston 

Recording Treasurer 
Marjorie Walsh 

Financial Treasurer 
Alfred Grant 

Historian 

Robert Perry 

Student Adiiser 
Joseph Salerno 

Ad risers 

Dr. Mackey 
Miss Berman 




F. T. A. 




Editor-in-Chief 
Roger Plummer 

Make-up Editor 
John Looney 

Feature Editor 
Beverly Tuton 

Copy Editor 

Nora Rubenstein 

Headline Editor 
Donald Adams 

Business Manager 

ROSEMARIE DOMINGOS 

Circulation Manager 
Florence Sotiros 

General Ad riser 
Miss Casey 

Associate Ad riser 
Mr. Callan 



THE LOG 




Editor-in-chief 
Ada Ishkanian 

Associate Editors 
Nora Rubenstein 
Beverly Tuton 
Marie Pacheco 
Diane Casali 
Rita Collyer 
Patricia Dui i > 
Gerai.dine Gordon 
Gi org i a Perry 

Ad i iser 

Dr. McGlynn 



THE COMPASS 




TRI MU 



MUSIC CLUBS 



President 

Priscilla Pearson 

Secretary 
Judy Goss 

Treasurer 
Jean Gove 

Adviser 

Dr. Clifford 




Choir 




CI II SS CLUB 




DEANS' AIDES 



V raid cut 

Arthur Cull 

Vice President 
Dantel Spaneas 

Secretary 

Dale O'Donnell 

Treasurer 

Camille Sergi 

Adviser 
Dr. Hall 




BOOK CLUB 




President 

James Smith 

Vice President 
Alfred Grant 

Secretary 

Thomas Burkk 

Treasurer 

Chester Lee 

Adviser 

Mr. Collins 



CAMERA CLUB 





President 

Abraham Cohkn 

Vice President 

Barbara Bresnahan 

Secretary 

Barbara Damon 

Trcasu rcr 

Joyce Cheney 



SCIENCE CLUB 



President 

Judy Poole 

Vice President 

Richard Strobel 

Corresponding Secretary 
Joanne Fournier 

Recording Secretary 
Christine Prejs 

Treasurer 

Dorothy Richards 

Historian 

Frances Ludwig 

Ad i iser 

Miss Marshall 




Footlighters 



President 

Alfred Grant 

Vice President 
Marie Pacheco 

Secretary 

Carol Mansfield 

Treasurer 

Ronald Logan 

Adviser 
Mr. Geer 




WEATHER CLUB 



President 

Thomas Gallagher 

Vice President 
Jean Perron 

Secretary 

James Maher 




PITMAN DEBATING SOCIETY 



KAPPA DELTA PHI 




• BOARD 



r ^ ^ ^ c% n o o 




President 

Donald Connor 

Vice President 

William Lawless 

Secretary 

Richard Chapman 

Alumni Secretary 

William McKinnon 

Treasurer 

Norman Soucy 

Chaplain 

Bertram Berube 

Editor 

Miles Cares 

Master of Ceremonies 
Richard Dussault 

Delegate 

Paul Perperian 

Adviser 

Mr. Salley 



KAPPA DELTA PHI MEMBERS 



Miss 


Helen Barden 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Francis A. McAvoy 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Jeremiah O. Bresnahan 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Edward G. McCann 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Linus Bresnahan 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


John J. McCarron 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


F. Thurlow Brown 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Stephen A. McCormick 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Walter T. Burke 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


John Mercandante 




and 


Fa mi 


ly 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Otto Miller 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


William E. Buttrick 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Edwin F. Moran 


Mr. 


Peter Callis 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Thomas J. Morgan 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Miles T. Cares 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Herman W. Nickerson 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Gordon A. Chapman 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


William F. Nys 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Norman Cleversey 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


John J. O'Brien 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


William Coccoine 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


David E. Perry 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Leroy T. Cunningham 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


William T. Poole 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Frank Cucurullo, Jr. 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Irving Pord 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


C. Raymond Dussault 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Antonio Salerno 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Myer Freedman 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Angelo S. Sotiros 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Robert Gilchrist 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Pasquale Starble 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Thomas J. Gilligan 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Frank W. Stone 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Halstead Goodwin 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


John B. Toto 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Charles F. Grant 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Franklin D. Trowt 


Miss 


Ru 


th Hakins 




and 


Fa mi 


ly 


Mr. 


and Mrs. George H. Hesse 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Maurice D. Tuton 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Arthur E. Hovey 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


H. Beach Ward 


Mr. 


James E. 


Hubley 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Albert N. Weber 


Mr. 


a n d 


Mrs. 


Louis Komarin 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Gordon W. Weston 


Mr. 


a n d 


Mrs. 


Theodore Maravelias 


Mr. 


a n d 


Mrs. 


Alton T. White 



DIRECTORY 



Dr. Frederick A. Mi ii r. President 

FACULTY 

Amsler. James T. 

Antone, Michel J. .... 

Berman, Mildred ..... 

Burnham. Gertrude ..... 

Callan, Francis E. 

Casey. Mary E. ..... 

Centorino. James J. .... 

Clifford, Timothy F. .... 

Collins, Earle S. 

CoPFLAND, MaR.JORIE U. 

Dower, Margaret W. .... 

Gaffney. Elizabeth A. 

Geer, J. Clifford ..... 

Hall, Serlna G. ..... 

Hardy, Roger A. ..... 

Harrigan, D. Francis .... 

Hennessey, Leo F. 

Hoff, Lillian M. ..... 

Teffery. Bruce F. 

Jones, Mary M. ..... 

Keily, Helen J. ..... 

K'efer, Charles F. 

Low re y. Lawrence T. .... 

Lustri. Alfred J. ..... 

Mackey. Helen T. . . . 

Marshall. Marion S. .... 

McGlynn, Edna M. 
McLain. Minor H. 
Moody, George F. 

O'Rourke, Mary A. .... 
Panosian. Stephen ..... 
Piemonte, Joseph M. . 
Prescott, Elizabeth D. 

Rockett. Richard H. .... 

Ryan. Thomas I. .... 

Salley, Paul V. ..... 

Seibert, Grant W. ..... 

Slater, Schuyler G. 

Smith. Janet ...... 

Stone. Mildred B. 
Sullivan, James B. 

Sullivan, Joseph A. .... 
Twohig. James E. 

Wallace, Mira ...... 

Winfisky. Anthony P. 

Witham, Beatrice ..... 
Younis. Adele L. 



15 Larchmom Road, Salem 

13 Chandler Road, Salem 
2 89 Locust Street, Danvers 
14 Parker Street. Maiden 
13 Summit A%'enue, Salem 
3 88 Essex, Salem 
14 Plymouth Street, No. Abington 
71 Columbus Avenue, Salem 
142 Federal Street, Salem 
5 2 Puritan Road. Marblehead 
74 Washington Square East. Salem 
Webb Street, Middleton 

9 Essex Street, Medford 
40 Bertram Street. Be veil v 
5 0 Sawyer Street, Haverhill 
103 J/2 Granite Street. Rockport 

2 Margaret Road, Peabody 

1 8 Riverside Avenue, Gloucester 

117 Lafayette Street. Salem 
15 Folger Avenue. Beverly 
32 Albert Street, Melrose 

2 Auburn Court, Brookline 46 
16 Devereux Street. Marblehead 

. 349 Pleasant Street. Maiden 

49 Melvin Avenue, Lynn 
. 179 Aspinwall Avenue, Brookline 

2 Cathedral Avenue, Rockport 
30 Prospect Street, Beverly 
27 Green Street. Salem 
3 Sheridan Road. Swampscott 
290 Huron Avenue. Cambridge 
118 Summer Street. Stoneham 
6 Glendale Street. Salem 
139 Federal Street. Salem 
6 Oak Circle, Marblehead 
112 Sawyer Avenue. Dorchester 
5 3 Western Avenue. Beverly 

3 Oxford Terrace, Beverly 
18 Orne Sreet, Marblehead 

1731 Beacon Street. Brookline 
18 Raymond Avenue. Salem 
Box 70, North Street. Andover 
21 Griffin Road, South Peabody 
2 5 Fay Street. Lynn 
2 8 Lothrop Street. Beverlv 
287 Locust Street. Danvers 
24 King's Beach Road. Lynn 

50 Cash Street. Fall River 



THE OFFICE 



Andrews, Arlene M. 
Clark. Ann K. . 
Healy. Marie G. 
Jones. Mary Ellen 
C'Keeffe, Mary M. 



190 Essex Avenue, Gloucester 
8 Bowden Street. Marblehead 
100 Federal Street, Salem 
. 75 3 Western Avenue, Lynn 
8 Grove Street, Salem 



NURSE 



Williams, Gertrude R., R.N. 



27 Cushing Street. Salem 



TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY 



Cambridge, Doris A. 

( o\\\ AY, CELIA G. 

Hourihan, Mary V. 
Hudgins. Minerva M 
McCourt. Agnes 
Munyan. Viola I. 
Rich, William A. 
Ric ha-rd, Ruth M. 
Rikkola. V. John 
Small, Esther L. 
Southwick. Ruth L. 
Stanley, Dorothy B 
Sweetser, Beulah M 
Tamminen, Tauno O. 



168 A Eutaw Avenue, Lynn 
390 Essex Street, Salem 
12 Jacobs Street, Peabody 
61 Lee Street. Marblehead 
21 Thorndike Street. Salem 
452 Lafayette Street, Salem 
9 Robert Road, Marblehead 
ISO Bridge Street. Salem 
12 Linden Avenue, Salem 
224 Lafayette Street, Salem 
1 Roosevelt Road, Salem 
24 5 Andover Street. Peabody 
66A Front Street. Marblehead 
. 348 Nahant Road, Nahant 



ELEMENTARY DEPARTMENT 



JUNIORS 



Abrams, Natai h 
Anderson, Beverly A 
Barry, Beverly A. 
Beaulieu, Maurice H. 
Belle, Alice L. 
Blair, Barbara G. 
Blanchard, Barbara A 
Brophy. Marie T. 
Casiiman, Helen T. 
( 1 1 vggaris, Betty L. 
Clal in. Raye 
Conway, Catherine 1 
Daniele, Mary C. 

DiGRI (,ORIO. I )l I MA 

D Mi nto, Pi 1 1 k R. 
Di m y, Patrk ia A. 
Eddy, Betty A. 
I i w i i i , Pa i ri< ia A. 
I 'si i s, [RENE 

I II R, F.S 11 II R C. 

I I YNN, El] I I N G. 

Gordon. Gi rai dim J. 
Grant. Ruth E. 

I loiiliS. I. OKI 11 \ I . 

Hurley, K a i h i r i n i A 



51 Flint Street, Lynn 
248 Lafayette Street, Salem 
63 Paul Revere Road, Lexington 
1 Wheatland Street, Salem 
Belleview Avenue. Middleton 
6 Fairview Street. Danvers 
64 Walnut Street. Everett 
1 5 Perkins Street, Peabody 
75 Kenmere Road. Medford 
119 Lawton Avenue. Lynn 

I Rockland Street, Lynn 

I I 8 West Street, Maiden 
177 Sylvan Street, Maiden 

8 5 Mountain Avenue, Revere 
39 Cottage Avenue. Winthrop 
57 Bickford Avenue, Revere 
1 Meader Road, Everett 
1 Brickett Street, West Newbury 
123 Myrtle Street, Lynn 
127 Sheridan Avenue, Medford 
18 Glendale Street, Salem 
3 3 5 Jackson Street, Lawrence 
75 Belmont Street, Somervillc 
Prospect Street Extension, Rockport 
. 40 Fair Oaks Avenue, Lynn 



I 1 1 K I I \ , Mil 111 A I 1 M 

Irish. Iiu m M. 
Iw A Ml m, ( mum A. 
Kavcczynski, Ellen A. 
Keaveny. John E. 
Km lett, Jane E. 
Keli ey. Cecilia A. 
Landlord. Leslie 
Larson, Carolyn A. 
Leonard, Claire T. 
Liggii ro, Josephine 
Lori/io, 1 1 \ \ \ i M. 
\1 \i Don \i i). \1 \rii yn T. 
MacDonald, Patricia A. 
Maloney, Janet A. 
Ma i n i ( ( i. Charlotte V. 
McCarron, Eileen P. 
Melanson, Frances E. 
Mori n< \ , Sylvia G. 
Mullen, James J. 
Pantazopoulos, Portia 
Pearson. Priscilla R. 
Pementa. Dolores M. 
Perry, Georgia A. 
Powers, David L. 
I'rii-di , Mai i a I. 
Purdis. Elaine 
Ryan. Rose-Claire 
Sabanty, Steliane C. 
Santos, Patricia L. 
Sheppard. Patricia A. 
Shmaruk. Janet A. 
Silvernail, Donald P. 
Smith. Maxine S. 
Somerby, Carolann 
Thibodeau, Andre L. 
Thibodeau, Armand E. 
Thomas, Dorothy E. 
Timmons, Arline T. 



24Yz Hardy Street. Salem 
64 Buffum Street, Salem 
21'/2 Cross Street. S.ilem 
14 Arbella Street, Salem 
5 1 Tracy Avenue, Lynn 
72 Western Avenue, Lynn 
14 5 Spring Street, Medford 
S4 Bromfield Street, Xewburyport 
35 5 Linwood Street, Lynn 
199 Falcon Street, East Boston 
66 Gove Street, East Boston 
. 3 5 Emmanuel Street, Revere 
76 Wicklow Avenue. Medford 
55 Waverly Street, Maiden 
101 Ashland Street, Lynn 
49 Autumn Si reet . I \ eret t 
5 Monument Avenue. Charlestown 
103 Mason Street, Salem 
4 West Terrace, Salem 
124 Cottage Street. Lynn 
98 Central Street. Peabody 
3 8 Smiley Avenue. Haverhill 
3 5 Driscoll Street, Peabody 
45 Graves Avenue, Lynn 
87 Victory Road, Lynn 
2 8 Turner Street, Salem 
102 South Street. Lynn 
21 Valley Avenue. Lynn 
6 Cliff Street. Lynn 
12 Plymouth Street. Arlington 
5 1 Mandalay Drive. West Peabody 
48 Laighton Street, Lynn 
17 Dayton Street. Danvers 
1 1 Stearns Street, Maiden 
8 Blaney Circle. Swampscott 
6 Harold Avenue, Gloucester 
6 Harold Avenue, Gloucester 
20 South Wick Street, Maiden 
10 Fortesque Terrace. Salem 



SOPHOMORES 



Alaburda, Carol'ne B. 
Amato. Diana V. 
Amoroso. Joan Marie 
Anthonakas. Agnes A. 
Audet, Marie Anne 
Bavbcock, Helen S. 
Bailey. Robert H. 
Barrett, Marjorie A. 
Bisazza, Dolores 
Boardman. Sandra J. 
Booras. Angela H. 
Brandt, Richard E. 
Broderick, Sheila M. 
Bron stein, Rosalyn A. 
Brow n. Francis K. 



30 Nelson Street, Lynn 
74 East Border Road, Maiden 
7 Plumer Street, Everett 
787 Summer Street, Lynn 
9 Hayes Road. Salem 

14 Knox Park. Everett 
9 Mansfield Street. Lynn 

0 Watson Street, We t Somerville 
6 High Street, Salem 
24 Wen ham Street. Danvers 
294 Eastern Avenue. Lynn 
26 Pond Street. Stoneham 
27 Spruce Street, Lynn 
33 Laighton Street, Lvnn 

1 5 Otis Street. Medford 



Burke. Judith M. 
Burns, Richard R. 
Campbell, Elaine 
Casey, Mary Ellen 
Castaldi. Gina M. 
Chase, Evelyn C. (Mrs.) 
Clancy, Eileen E. 
Cotti, Phyllis A. 
Curtin, Rosemary 
Damon, Barbara E. 
Dangora, Carol Ann 
Darling, Janice M. 
Dineen, Kathleen R. 
Downey, Marilyn C. 
Finegan, Barbara M. 
Ford, Norma A. 
Fournier. Joanne M. 
Freedman, Taube 
Friend, Barbara L. 
Furey, Judith S. 
Gildea, Kathleen M. 

GORMALLEY, JOAN P. 

Gold, Ina L. 
Gosselin, Sally A. 
Gove, Jean Anne 
Grande, Adrienne M. T. 
Harding, Anne 
Hatcher, Sylvia A. 
Hayes, Robert E. 
Holmes. Dorothy 
Humphrey. Gladys A. 
Johnson, Patricia A. 
Jones. Ellen S. 
Karalekas, Estelle 
Kardaris, Nancy M. 
Keville, Richard P. 
Lane, June A. 
Lemieux. Mary E. 
Markin, Jean M. 
McCarthy, Kathleen C. 
McFari.ane, Cynthia A. 
McGhee, Joan C. 
McHugh, R. Elaine 
Mi ssina, Nancy R. 
Miller, Juanita A. 
Moran, Jeanne 
Morrison, Claire M. 
Murphy, Ann 
\ ! oi an, Beverly A. 
(. )'Brii n . June M. 
Parrella, Marion G. 
Perkins, Christine M. 
Pi< one, Mary E. 
Pie'kos, Joanne A. 
R<>< i in i a u , Carolyn M. 
Robinson , Haroi d G. 



54 Forrester Street, Salem 
31 Calthea Street, Stoneham 

5 Warner Street, Salem 
3 Federal Street, Newburyport 

34 Dunlap Street. Salem 
37 Prospect Street, Newburyport 
16 May Street, Beverly 
2 Devon Avenue, Beverly 
116 High Street, Everett 
2 5 Central Avenue, Danvers 
247 High Street. Medford 
142 Locust Street, Lynn 
Main Street, West Boxford 
18 Lillian Road, Maiden 
446 Ferry Street. Everett 
9 Centre Street, Winthrop 
20 South Street, Salem 
124 Harvard Street, Maiden 
12 Lynnmere Avenue, Lynn 
1 5 Pond Street, Salem 
47 Clovelly Street. Lynn 
236 Lafayette Street. Salem 
2 5B Neptune Street, Lynn 

11 Lafayette Park, Lynn 
8 5 Appleton Street. Saugus 

10 Madison Street, Somerville 
13 Barton Street, Salem 
30 Pine Street, Manchester 
21'/? Broad Street, Salem 

6 8 Linden Street, Everett 
116 Walnut Street, Everett 

South Main Street, Middlcton 
3 High Street Terrace, Everett 
8 Sheridan Road, Swampscott 
94 Boston Street, Salem 
191 Proctor Avenue, Revere 
167 Washington Street. Peabody 
76 15th Avenue, Haverhill 
169 West Street, Maiden 
102 Williams Avenue, Lynn 

12 Jackson Terrace, Lynn 
. 45 3 Western Avenue. Lynn 

19 Gardner Street, Peabody 
15 Amity Street, Lynn 
2 3 Olive Street, Revere 
176 Pine Street, Danvers 
15 Osborne Street, Peabody 
113 William Street, Stoneham 
52 Park Avenue, Maiden 
342 Lynnficld Street, Lynn 
5 3 Jessie Street, Swampscott 
129A Chatham Street, Lynn 
139 Bradford Street, Everett 
5 Corning Street, Beverly 
46 Carries Street, Lynn 
80 Elm St reel. Charlesiown 



R.OS1 I I t, Mari A n n L. 

Shortell, Maureen A. 
Smith. Eileen M. 
Smith, Mary L. 
SoGHIGIA n , Barbara 
Tennant, Joan L. 
Thomas, Constance 
Tivnan. Janice R. 
Violet, Alereda M. 
Vim in; Am Ri i) J. 
Yeannakopoulos, Efrosine 
Yudin,' Marilyn S. 
Zantos, Demetra M. 
Zartarian, Margaret A. 



29 Everett Street, Everett 
18 Cabot Street, Salem 
1 1 Nickerson Road, Peabody 
397 Lynn Street, Maiden 
4 5 North Franklin Street, Lynn 
12 Washington Avenue, Winthrop 
4 Spruce Street, Danvers 
19 Manning Street, Salem 
70 Kirtland Street, Lynn 

3 Bertuccio Avenue, Salem 
21 Larchmont Road, Salem 

37 Oneida Street, Lynn 

4 5 Hanover Street, Lynn 
28 Broad Street, Newburyport 



FRESHMEN 



Amero, Mary J. 
Anderson, Velma 
Antonopoulos, Judith 
Barbeau, Andrea E. 
Barrftte, Madeline 
Brennan, Mary 
Brooks. E. Phyllis 
Browne. Ren a 
Brudzynska, Jane E. 
Buchan, William 
Butler. Elaine 
Capen, Patricia A. 
Carroll, Johannah 
Cartledge, Sarah O. 
Chandler. Phyllis 
Collins, Frances J. 
Conboy, John T. 
Connolly, Ellen J. 
Cotter, Sara Ann 
Crane, Claire 
Cullity, Jean M. 
Curry, Cynthia G. 
Daly, Albert 
DeFilippo, Lucille 
Dembowski, Henry S. 
DeSesa, Elaine 
DiCarlo, Irene C. 
Duffy, Ruth A. 
Egan, Ann L. 
Feingold, Maurice 
Felch, Alma 
Finnegan, Marilyn T 
Flanagan, Jane E. 
Florence, Marilyn 
Fruit, Marilyn 
Fruit, Marjorie R. 
Gafi ny. Eleanor 
Gillespie, Marlene 
Gitletz, Sandra 



2 Mt. Vernon Street, Gloucester 
30 Colonial Avenue. Lynn 
32 Ashland Street, Newburyport 
1 1 Wallis Street. Peabody 
22 Trcmont Street, Stoneham 
17 Springvale Avenue, Lynn 
213 Broadway, Revere 
21 Fenno Street. Revere 
5 English Street. Salem 
22 Richdale Avenue, Somerville 
79 Sturges Street. Medford 
90 Shute Street, Everett 
26 Greenleaf Street, Maiden 
Main Street, Rowley 
69 Undine Avenue. Winthrop 
1 5 Cedar Street, Salem 
14 Summer Street Place, Lynn 
394 Lincoln Avenue, Saugus 
40 Madison Avenue, Winthrop 
124 Wyman Street, Lvnn 
.ikeside Boulevard, North Reading 
130 Castle Road. Nahant 
26 Highland Avenue, Melrose 
447 Boston Street. Lynn 
5 0 Ashland Street. Lynn 
2 5 Albion Street. Everett 
5 2 Pine Street, Swampscott 
1 5 Conant Street, Salem 
152 Larch Road. Cambridge 
152 Cliff Avenue. Winthrop 
172 Main Street. Salisbury 
1 1 Margin Street, Peabody 
5 5 Gardner Street, Peabody 
5 3 Marianna Street, Lynn 
169 Walnut Street. Maiden 
169 Walnut Street. Maiden 
43 Pearl Avenue. Revere 
7 Houston Street, Wakefield 
30 Chester Avenue. Chelsea 



Goodwin, Janis 
Gould, Carol 
Greehy, Barbara J. 
Greene, Mary Anne 
Harrington, Nancy D. 
Hawley, Norma E. 
Healey, Dianne 
Hendricks, Nancy E. 
Hennan, Judith 
H'bbard, June A. 
Highgas, Ruby F. 
Hines, Maureen A. 
Hodgdon, Nancy 
Hoffman, Janet 
Homer, Katherine (Mrs.) 
Hoomis. Aristides J. 
Hunkins, Francis P. 
Isenstadt, Anlee 
Johnson, Joan J. 
Kelleher, Joan 
Kimball, Patricia M. 
King, Marilyn A. 
Kutchukian, Barbara 
Leone, Lorraine R. 
Letourneau, Joanne M. 
Lovering, Shirley 
Maloney, Sheila E. 
Maravelias, Elaine 
Marcus, Lois 
Marshall, Sandra J. 
Martin. Robert 
McBride. Barbara J. 
McDermott, William 
McDevitt, Mary F. 
McSheffery, Elaine 
Meagher, Judith A. 
Messina. Sarah A. 
Misiano. Maryann N. 
Murphy, Janice M. 
Murtagh, Joan M. 
Oakes, Florence G. 
( )i [Los, Christy 
Ojantakanen, Ruth 
O'Neii , Judii ii A. 
O'Neill. Lorena F. 
Parrella. Donald 
Parsons, Nancy 
I'ii R< i . Sandra A. 
I'oi ansky, Edward 
Phi ston, M. Prudence 
Provost, Carole 
Pullo, Barbara A. 
Rafter, Judith A. 
Richards. Mary Ann 

R'NAI DO. R OS Mil 



. 2 Meadow Lane, Marblehead 
Meeting House Hill Road, "West Newbury 
37 Lenox Road, Peabody 
15 Park Place, Newtonville 
15 Lynde Street, Salem 
42 Barrett Street, Revere 
3 5 Broad Street, Newburyport 
1 5 Fairview Avenue, Beverly 
34 South Elm Street. Lynn 
14 High Street. Greenwood 
422 Washington Street, Woburn 
202 Loring Avenue, Salem 
6 Fielder Road. Beverly 
130 State Street. Newburyport 
3 8 Bond Street." Reading 
16 Robinson Street, Lynn 
49 Corning Street, Beverly 

2 5 Maple Avenue, Cambridge 
64 Elmwood Avenue, Lynn 

24 Rockmere Gardens, Lynn 
3 22 Haven Street, Reading 
47 Glidden Street, Beverly 
34 Kingdom Terrace, Peabody 

14 Cataldo Drive, Revere 

3 59 Andover Street, Danvers 
189 Maple Street, Danvers 
101 Ashland Street. Lynn 
1 1 Cameron Road, Lynn 

30 Woodside Avenue, Winthrop 
500 Essex Avenue. Gloucester 
14 Davenport Street. Haverhill 
37 Carmel Street, Chelsea 
2 57 Chatham Street, Lynn 
. 9 Billings Avenue, Medford 
3 Magnolia Avenue, Magnolia 
54 Ocean Avenue, Salem 
2 5 George Street, Lynn 
138 Stevens Street. Revere 
Pluff Avenue. North Reading 
27 Calumet Street, Peabody 
10 Warren Street, Melrose 

1 5 Homesite Street, Lynn 
71 High Street. Gloucester 

62 Superior Street, Lynn 
1 Fosdick Terrace. Lynn 
5 5 Jessie Street, Swampscott 
5 Stone Avenue. Saugus 
16 Main Street. Lynnheld Center 
14 Irwin Street. Winthrop 
152 Essex Street, Beverly 
12 County Street, Peabody 
129 Endicott Avenue, Revere 
84 Greenwood Avenue. Swampscott 
16 Rockingham Street. Lynn 
36 Reservoir Avenue, Revere 



RoTONDI, RoiJIRTA 

Ryan, James E. 
Rvnn E , Maureen 
St. Jean, J. Loreli 
Sa\ on . Pa i rk i a 
Small, Norma 
Sperounis, Theodosios 
Stratouly, Emily 
Sullivan, Dorothy 
Tassinari, Nina R. 
Thistle, Gwendolyn 
Walsh. Eileen M. 
W ood. Mary E. 
Wood, Ronald 
/ u c oni - c vroi 



192 Laurel Street, Melrose 
119 Corcoran Park, Cambridge 
175 Hesper Street. Saugus 
Merrill Street. West Roxbury 
14 Sheehan Road, Lynn 
96 Reservoir Avenue, Revere 
45 3 A Boston Street. Lynn 
93 Newhall Street, Lynn 
8 Cottage Court. Newburyport 
77 Lafayette Street, Marblehead 
2 1 I Moral Avenue. Maiden 
75 Conant Street, Beverly 
1 5 Nethcrton Avenue. Beverly 
27 Warren Street. Stonebam 
15 1 Proctor Avenue. Revere 



JUNIOR HIGH DEPARTMENT 



JUNIORS 



Anderson, Richard G 
Berube, Bertram L. 
Blair, Earl L. 
Caven, David J. 
Collyer. Rita 
Connelly, Daniel W 
Connors, Richard J. 
Dineen, Jane 
Don aid. Virginia M. 
Doyle, Peter J. 
Eckman. Donald A. 
Galaris, John 
Grenier. Mary R. 
Guarente, Joseph A. 
Hanson. Joan 
KalTz, William L. 
Li Shana, Howard M. 
"Tjewis, Roderick 
Logiudice, Frank T. 
Looney, John F.. Jr. 
McDonald, John J. 
Malolepszy, John L. 
Markham, Charles E 
Marino, Mary 
McKinnon, William F 
Mullen, Thomas M. 
Mulligan, Hugh F. 
Murphy, James 
Painchaud. Richard D 
Pasquerella, Herman 
Perperjan. Paul 
Roitey. Alice M. 
Russell, William H. 
Saben. Charles H. 
St. Paul, Charles A. 
Smith, James A. 



9 Steeves Circle, Somerville 
10 Lynde Street, Salem 

8 3 Rainbow Terrace, Salem 
64 Dartmouth Street, Somerville 

5 5 Willard Street, Maiden 
29 Holton Street, Pea body 
88 Washington Street. Peabody 
Main Street, West Boxford 
2 Middlesex Avenue, Swampscott 

9 Lothrop Street, Beverly 
8 1 Menlo Avenue, Lynn 
5 Pleasant Street, Peabody 
2 Putnam Road. Ipswich 
34 Tapley Avenue, Revere 
36 Giles Avenue, Beverly 

8 5 Glendale Street. Everett 
120 Marianna Street. Lynn 
14 Central Street. Beverly 
. 210 Leyden Street, East Boston 
64 Sharon Street, West Medford 
21'/2 Broad Street. Salem 
134 Chestnut Street. Chelsea 
10 Parker Hill Avenue, Lynn 
22 3 Ferry Street, Everett 
120 North Street. Salem 
54 Richardson Road. Lynn 
29 Lynn Street. Peabody 
808 North Shore Road, Revere 
9 May Street, Salem 
5 82 Second Street, Everett 
22 Oxford Street, Somerville 
A Mount Pleasant Street, Rockport 
1 Sutton Street, Peabody 
5 5 Seaview Avenue, Winthrop 
5 9 Proctor Circle. Peabody 
542 Western Avenue. Lynn 



Turxa, Annette 
Walsh, Francis P. 
White, Jack W. 
White, William E. 



1 Clinton Court, Chelsea 
5 8 Franklin Street, Peabody 
363 Maple Street, Lynn 
363 Maple Street. Lynn 



Adams, Donald F. 
Ambrose, William P. 
Arena, John M. 
Arnoldy, John N. 
Babin, Donald R. 
Bergmann, Frank R. 
Berkowitch, David S 
Buckley. Donald A. 
Cheney, Joyce B. 
Chiavelli, Donald E. 
Cohen, Abraham J. 
Coleman, Paul M. 
Cooney, Francis E. 
Cote, Gerard P. 
Couture, Robert N. 
Crowley. Cynthia M 
Dalton, Joseph F. 
DeMasi, Annette L. 
Deschamps, Eileen A. 
Donovan, Gerald F. 
Doyle, Jane M. . 
D'Ovidio. Louis H. 
Fasciano, John J. 
Gibbons, James P. 
Gunning, George J. 
Harney, Austin F. 
Hennessey, George J 
Keville, Joseph P. Jr 
Logan, Enoch 
Mackey. Paul F. 
Makela, Richard G. 
Malsberg, Eileen 
McCaffrey, Robert F. 
McClory. Charles B. 
Mc.Cormick, Stephen N 
McGurn, George J. 
Murphy, Robert G. 
Xoi an, Franc is P. 
Nottingham, Bruce K 
O'Conor. Thomas P.. 
( VSi i i ivan. David J. 
Phanlue, Alfred E. 
Pi l'm mi r . Roger A. 
Provenzano, Richard 
Prochilo, Michael 
Raynes, Sally J. 
Richard, Ann M. 

R II I A , I I < , 1 N I I'. 

Schlegel, [ohn H. 
Simpson, Herbert A. 



SOPHOMORES 



51 Oakland Avenue, Methuen 
5 0 Hutchinson Street, Winthrop 
274 Chestnut Street, Lynn 
75 Hobart Street, Danvers 
32 Greenleaf Avenue, Medford 
Cogswell Court, Essex 
1 V2 Lynnway. Revere 
In Salem Street, Salem 

2 Berkshire Street. Swampscott 
52 Lexington Street, Everett 
61 Marlaoro Street, Chelsea 

145 High Street, Danvers 
9 Thompson Circle, Lynn 
2 Summit Avenue, Salem 
Avon Street, Somerville 
24 Berry Street, Danvers 
4 Larch Road, Lynn 
41 Mill Street, Revere 
189 Pine Street, Danvers 
J Lenox Road, Peabody 
1 Warrenton Street, Peabody 
74 Superior Street, Lynn 
10 Belmont Place. Somerville 
14 Summer Street, Peabody 
48 Southside Avenue, Lynn 
148 Maple Street. Lynn 
37 Jordan Road, Peabody 
39 George Avenue, Revere 
152 Garfield Avenue, Lynn 

3 5 Winslow Avenue. Somerville 
40 EllsAvorth Road. Peabody 

96 Essex Street, Chelsea 
2 B Street, Revere 
19 Batchelders Court, Lynn 
9 Warren Court, S.ilem 
Hempstead Avenue, North Billerica 
71 Elm Street, Cambridge 
8 Horace Street, East Boston 
2 Appleton Street, Lynn 
4 State Street, Peabody 
39 Commercial Street, Lynn 
Maple Street. Middleton 
19 Rogers Avenue, Somerville 
1 1 Morton Avenue, Saugus 
12 C Street, Revere 
88 Linden Street, Salem 
5 Meadow Street. Salem 
46 Walnut Street, Chelsea 
71 Lawrence Street, Maiden 
9 Ward Street, Lynn 



Stroui ; i . Richard E. . 

Swift, Dexter E. ..... 

Tenney. Lorraine J. .... 

Trimmay. Collette G. 

Vincent, David E. 

Walsh, Robert A. .... 

Whalley, Roberta ..... 

Woods. John B. ..... 

FRESHMEN 

Archambault, Anne M. 

AVALLONE, ARLENE M. 

Barrett, Paul F. ..... 

Barry, Katherine E. .... 

Barry. William C. 

Begg, John F. ..... 

Bennett. Paul L. 

Carroll, Francine ..... 

Cleary, Stanley F. 

Conway. John J. .... 

Crowley, Diane ..... 

Cunniff, James ..... 

Curtin, Edward G. 

Dabrieo, David G. 

Dabrieo, Ellen ..... 

Delena. Richard J. .... 

Dion, Barbara ...... 

Donovan, Daniel ..... 

Donovan, Denise M. .... 

D'Orlando. Elaine ..... 

Ferreira, Francis J., Jr. .... 

Fleming, Joseph V. .... 

Foss, Judith E. ..... 

Gill, Rosfmarie ..... 

Halford, Laura (Mrs.) .... 

Hart, Joseph L. ..... 

Horovitz. Arthur . . 

Jones, Charles E. 
Johnson, Carl H. 
Johnson, Robert E. 

Kiley. Robert ...... 

Knight, Irving A. .... 

Krantz, Marshall ..... 

Kushnieruk, Peter ..... 

Lasota, Robert J. .... 

LeDuc. Irene ...... 

Lovely, Edward ..... 

Lusignant. Patricia A. 

Mahoney, Peter ..... 
Maiella. Rosemarie ..... 
Malfitano, Vito G. 

McCarrick. Robert A. .... 
McCarthy, Arthur J. .... 
McElhiney, Elsa ..... 
McInnis, Patricia ..... 



54 Newton Street, Maiden 
78 Wcbacowitt Avenue, Lynn 
42 Franklin Street, Med lord 
197 Loring Avenue. Salem 
86 Kern wood Avenue. Beverly 
42 Leach Street, Salem 
22J/2 Dunlap Street, Salem 
. 28 Cabot Street. Salem 



37 Charles Street, Haverhill 
111 Mountain Avenue, Revere 
631 Western Avenue, Lynn 
167 Sheridan Avenue. Mcdford 
278 Washington Street. Marblehead 

2 Orchard Street, Beverly 
15 Highland Terrace, Medford 

3 5 Pebble Avenue. Winthrop 
3 5 Endicott Street, Lynn 
26 Chamberlain Avenue, Revere 
100 Willow Street, South Hamilton 
47 Foster Street, Peabody 
72 Barstow Street, Salem 
27 Buxton Street, Peabody 
27 Buxton Street, Peabody 
2 Stowers Street, Revere 
24 Tremont Street, Peabody 
11 Pilgrim Road, Marblehead 
1 5 Bearhill Road, Stoneham 
137 Loring Avenue, Winthrop 

5 Doty Avenue, Danvers 

3 Walcott Street, Peabody 
11 Columbia Boulevard. Peabody 

1 5 Dolphin Avenue, Winthrop 
10 Smith Street, Marblehead 
20 5 B Street. Lowell 

39 Elm Street, Wakefield 
48 Shepard Street, Cambridge 

Sylvester Road, Burlington 
3 5 Hillside Avenue. Swampscott 
5 5 Vz Fulton Street, Peabody 

40 Pond Street, Beverly 
76 Cliff Avenue, Winthrop 

23 Beckett Street, Peabody 
42 8 Prospect Avenue, Revere 
1 1 Skerry Street, Salem 
110 Wilson Road, Nahant 
25'/2 Aubin Street. Amesbury 
154 Lowell Street. Somcrville 
20 McGrath Highway. Somerville 
60 Bateman Avenue, Revere 

6 Homer Street. Revere 
50 Norwood Street. Everett 

11 Woodland Avenue, Beverly 
14 Highland Avenue, Nahant 



Meagher, James M. 
Merchant. Thomas C 
Murphy. Daniel C. 
Murphy. Edward J. . 
Murray, Philip J. 
Nutter. Ronald G. 
Obremski. Charles 
O'Rourke. Bernetta 
Pesce, Paul 
Pinto, Natalie 
Porter. Robert 
Prusky. David 
Purcell, Jon J. 
Reddington, Donald 
Robinson, Albert J. 
Rollins. Russell 
Rubin. Donald L. 
Sabean, Maurice J. 
St. Pierre, Charles I 
Swartz, Stefen D. 
Segal. Barbara L. 
Smith. Frederick J.. 
Smith. Ralph L. 
Spellman. Gloryanne 
Stone, Morton A. 
Twomey, Donald E 
Voyer. Thomas F. 
Walsh. Charles B. 
Walsh, Mary E. 
Xiarhos, Nicholas 
Yampolsky. Leslie 



Jr. 



hi 



T. 



1 5 Phelps Street, Salem 
103 Dudley Street. Medford 
12 Oak Street. Beverly Farms 

6 Hillcrest Avenue. Beverly 
16 Mildred Street, Lynn 

102 George Street, Arlington 

7 Fairmount Street, Everett 
114 Henry Avenue. Lynn 

69 Haskell Street. Beverly Farms 
126 Riverdale Park, Gloucester 
1 J Pleasant Street, Saugus 
202 Congress Avenue. Chelsea 
1 1 Fay Avenue, Peabody 
288 Chelsea Street. Everett 
16 Albion Street. Salem 
10 May Street. Beverly 
116 Shawmut Street, Chelsea 
319 Asbury Street. Hamilton 
10 Japonica Street. Salem 
214 Vernon Street. Wakefield 
395 Shirley Street, Winthrop 
83 South Main Street, Haverhill 
32 Vincent Street. Saugus 
175 Loring Avenue, Salem 
17 Newton Street, Maiden 
20 Buchanan Circle, Lynn 
3 Chase Street. Salem 
22 Eden Street, Salem 
1 Wahtera Road, Peabody 
5 3 Charter Street. Salem 
72 Shirley Avenue. Revere 



BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 



JUNIORS 



Avrameas. Xenia 
Boyll. Rita T. 
Brown, Carol A. 
Brown, Gordon W. 
Cashman, Marilou 
Cull, Arthur D. 
DeGaravilla. Robert 
DeVito, Claire . 
Guerrilro. Filomena 
Kay, Stephen R. 
Lange. Patricia 
Lawless, John B. 

LaWI I ss. Will !AM J. 

Man /i, Ann M. 
McCann, Barbara M. 
Miller, Roland C. 
Morley, Leonard F. 
Ml .\(,a n° , Pal i ( . 
O'Don nell, Dad [. 
Piaseczny, Irene F. 



45 Essex Street, Salem 
3 3 West Fifth Avenue, Lowell 
Palmer Center, Palmer 
2 Liberty Hill Avenue. Salem 
23 Cottage Street, Natick 
137 Hoyt Avenue, Lowell 
146 Brook Street. Wakefield 
50 Everett Street. Everett 
27 Forest Avenue. Everett 
330 Durfee Street. Fall River 
266 Main Street, North Brookfield 
86 Endicott Street, Peabody 
86 Endicott Street, Peabody 
47 School Street, Webster 
242A Prospect Street, Lawrence 
69 Waverley Street. Belmont 
48 Hancock Street. Watertown 
S4 Winthrop Avenue. Lowell 
73 East Main Street. Ayer 
208 Clark Avenue. Chelsea 



PoTHlERj Elizabeth M. 
Savoie. Louis E. 
Sealund. Maxine M. . 
Soucv. Norman R. 
Stone, Herbert D. 
Tw omi y, Maurice A., Jr. 
Waskiewicz, Estelle J. 
Webster, Pauline B. 
Wood. Lawrence F. 



Altonen. Barbara H. 
Amoroso. Carol A. 
Andreoni, Sheila L. . 
Bastable. Leonora S. (Mrs.) 

BlNDMAN, MYRNA L. 

Brady, Arlene 
Carbone, Paul L. 
Carbone. Peter F.. Jr. 
Clifford, Warren L., Jr. 
Collins. Marie . 
Connolly, Richard T. 
Courchene, David E. 
Crimmins, Jane M. 
DeLeo. Marie G. 
Dimitri, Jeanette D. 
Dow ling, Ellen L. 
Foley, Francis P.. Jr. 
Gadbois. M. Claire 
Gianareles, Nicholas S. 
Gilbert, Rosemarie L. 
Hickey. Ann M. 
Irzyk, Carole A. 
Jones, Ralph D. 
Joyce, Richard F. 
McEvoy. Joseph D. 
McGhee. Joseph T. 
Medeiros, Bernice T. 
Miskell. Michael J. . 
Pascoucht, Nicholas J. 
Phinney, Ann S. 
Powers, Carl E. 
Quinn, Lewis J. . 
Rizzo, Phyllis E. 
Roberts. Flora M. 
Robson, Charles H. . 
Roumeliotis, Peter C. 
Ruelle, Paul H. 
St. Martin. Beverly A. 
St. Pierre, Claire M. 
Scott, Roberta M. 
Sergi, Camille M. 
Simoneau, Maureen E. 
Smith, Edna M. 
Sudak. Marilyn J. 
Sweeney, Mary Jo 



97 Parker Street, Chelsea 
93 Reed Avenue, Everett 
311 Whiting Street, Hingham 
63 Palmer Street, Salem 
15 Livingstone Street, Dorchester 
20 Buchanan Circle, Lynn 
233 W. Broadway. Gardner 
40 Stone Street. Beverly 
8 5 Atwood Avenue. Newtonvillc- 



SOl'I IOMOR1 S 



14 



2310 Central Street, Stoughton 
7 Plumer Street, Everett 
19 Edgemere Road, Lynn 
967 Main Street, Tewksbury 
49 Moore Street, Winthrop 
10 Hawkes Street, Marblehead 
8 West Boylston Street. Watcrtown 
148 Boston Street, Salem 
167 Grove Street, Waltham 
829 Beacon Street, Boston 
52 5 Bay Road, South Hamilton 
26 Orchard Street, Beverly 
69 Glen Rock Avenue, Maiden 
8 Mayberry Avenue, Medford 
9 Yale Street, Medford 
198 White Street, Springfield 
119 President Street, Lynn 
108 River Street, Billerica 
5 Center Street, Peabody 
6 Upland Avenue, Webster 

60 Richview Street, Dorchester 
79 Ocean Avenue, Salem 

1 1 Phillips Street, Maiden 
540 Western Avenue, Lynn 
175 Franklin Street. Lynn 

3 8 Grove Street. Lynn 
19 Ruth Street, New Bedford 

61 Prentiss Street, Watertown 
141 Bradford Street. Everett 

Wheeler Road. West Townsend 
22 Pond Street, Marblehead 
9 Story Avenue, Lynn 
113 Middlesex Street, Winchester 
56 l /z Library Street, Chelsea 

12 Brookline Street, Lynn 
S Winthrop Street, Peabody 

10 Blair Terrace, Peabody 
132 Chapin Street. Southbridge 
. 16 Holly Street. Lawrence 
Worcester Road. South Barre 
Elnwood Road. Billerica 
23 Lexington Street, Lynn 
20 Pleasant View Avenue, Lynn 
121 Lvnnfield Street. Peabody 
112 Tremont Street. Peabody 



Sztramski, Carolyn G 
Urban. Dorothy H. 
Victoria, Claire M. 
Vitale, John A., Jr. 
Wallace, Robert E. 
Walsh, John F. 
Walsh, John J. 
Walsh. Margaret M 



27 Williams Street, Salem 
829 Broadway, Fall River 
106 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 
9 Seven Pines Avenue, Somerville 
54 Partridge Avenue, Somerville 
1 5 Pinkham Place, Lynn 
59 Carnes Street, Lynn 
20 Darius Court, South Boston 



FRESHMEN 



Agganis, Demo D. 
Anthony, Mary 
Antonelli, Michael 
Atwood, F. Joan 
Beauchemin, Robert 
Bolino, Phyllis 
Connolly. Richard 
Costa, Elizabeth 
Cotter. Mary 
Danas, Dorothea 
Davidson, Allan 
Dineen, Joseph 
Dodge, Thelma 
Doyle, Julia 
Duncanson, James 
Farnham. Ruth 
Fenlon. Gertrude 
Giovanni. Sally 
Gould, Laura B. 
Hammonds. Peggy 
Healey, Theresa 
Jachinowicz, Elaine 
Jean, Claire 
LaPorte, John 
Leslie, Carol 
Marini, Virginia 
Manning, A. Veronica 
McDonald, Marcia 
Medici, Angela 
Miles, Wayne C. 
Molla, Joanne 
Monahan, Faye 
Moroney, James 
O'Hare. John F. 
Oliverira, Elaine 
Panagoplos, Peter 
Parker. Richard 
Phaup, Patrick 
Rkkik. Rom R I 
Rundlett, Edward 
S a v i i , Roberta 
Shapiro, Sandra 
Sk \ MDAl is. Portia 
Splaine, Jo-Anne 
S n vine, John 



16A Bedford Street, Lynn 
10 Kind Street. Peabody 
15 Sixth Street, Medford 
32 Summer Street, Merrimac 
5 2 Havilah Street. Lowell 
139 Rear Essex Street, Lynn 
16 Birch Street, Lynn 
Cedar Street, Millis 
17 John Street, Chelsea 
5 9 Thirteenth Street, Lowell 
. 560 Lowell Street, West Peabody 
45 '/> Aborn Street, Peabody 
80 Dexter Street, Maiden 
30 Tremont Street, Salem 
206 Greeley Street, Clinton 
156 Gore Road, Revere 
47 Burnap Street, Wilmington 
26 Waverly Place, Melrose 
9 Wallis Ann Road, Peabody 
66 Webster Street, North Randolph 
8 Echo Place, Lynn 
170 Query Street, New Bedford 
1 5 Packard Street, Lawrence 
16 Hemenway Road, Salem 
245 West Street, Reading 
48 Essex Street, Chelsea 
Pine Road, Box 432, Billerica 
8 Chapman Street, Charlestown 
3 3 Columbia Road, North Andover 
113 Sunnyside Avenue, Arlington 
. Prospect Street. R.F.D. No. 1, Norwell 
Main Street, Lawrence 
4 Warner Street. Salem 
16 Princeton Terrace, West Lynn 
2 8 Waldo Road, Arlington 
21 Tremont Street, Peabody 
Glendale Road, Burlington 
20 Ocean Street, Nahant 
47 Hamilton Avenue, South Hamilton 
40 Smith Street, Lynn 
74 Orlando Avenue, Winthrop 
5 Saltonstall Parkway, Salem 
4 5 Peabody Avenue, Dracut 
109 Blossom Street, Lynn 
99 Parkway, North Common Street, Lynn 



Stone, Leonard ....... Daedalus Circle, Scituate 

Sullivan, Gertrude ..... 1 Popponessct Beach, Cape Cod 

Svk artz, Janet ....... 44 Dolphin Avenue. Winthrop 

Thomas, Richard ...... 28 Bennett Street, Beverly 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Agganis, George 
Arslanian, Peter 
Barrasso, Robert 
Bernard, William J. 
Cazzara, Ann 
Collins, Helen M. 

( OW\ \Y, \I\KIII \ R. 

Creeden, Maryanne D. 
Curry, Martin 
Davis. Chester 
Diorio, Marie (Mrs.) 
Dodge. James 
Donegan, Norman 
Duffy, Shirley . 
Duggan, George 
Dunn, Arthur J. 
Dunstan, Richard 
Femino, Katherine 
Fitzpatrick, Mary J. 
Fleming, Nancy 
Garbutt. Alice (Mrs. 
Gaudet, Gerard R. 
Gould. John 
Hewett, Mary 
Horgan, Donald 
Incerto. Richard 
Kent, Dacre (Mrs.) 

KlNGDON, BERNICE E. 

Leonard, James T, Jf 
Losano. Rocco J. 
Maguire. Miriam 
Mahon. Thomas J. 
McBrien. Richard 
McGinness. William 
McHugh, Benjamin 
McNiff. Charles 
Pianka. Walter 
Rimer, Benita 
Spaneas, Daniel G. 
Thomson, William 
Weaver. Anne C. (Mrs.) 
Webster. Helen 



16A Bedford Street, Lynn 
9 Chestnut Avenue. Lynn 
49 Lafayette Park, Lynn 
47 Commercial Street. Lynn 
4 River Street, Salem 
74 Butman Road. Lowell 
10 Bennett Street, Wakefield 
148 Hobart Street. Danvers 
60 Fayette Street, Lynn 
27 High Street, Ipswich 
23 Raymond Street. Everett 
1 School Street. Manchester 
83 Lawrence Street, Lynn 
3 5 Lancaster Avenue, Revere 
17 Cheever Street, Chelsea 
117 Chestnut Street. Lynn 
17 Andover Street, Billerica 
48 Endicott Street. Salem 
50 Londonderry Road, Marblehead 
136 Pleasant Street. Everett 
54 Edward Avenue, Lynnfield 
101 Park Street, Lynn 
3 54 Broadway, Lynnfield 
6 Green Street, Newbury 
76 Adams Street. Lynn 
42 Hawthorne Street, Chelsea 
1 Clifton Avenue. Marblehead 
52 Mt. Pleasant Street, Lynn 
90 Union Street, Lynn 
78 Pine Street, Swampscott 
13 Church Street, Gloucester 
1 Claremont Street. Arlington 
5 8 Addison Avenue. Lynn 
2 5 5 Lexington Avenue, Cambridge 
75 Clifton Avenue. Marblehead 
3 5 Gardner Street, Peabody 
21 Julia Street. Maiden 
63 Andover Street. Peabody 
21 Tracey Street. Peabody 
4 Park Street, Danvers 
13 Pequot Road. Marblehead 
145 Sylvan Street. Danvers 



"They are never alone that arc accompanied 
with noble thoughts." 

Sir Philip Sidney 
The Arcadia 



CLASS of 1958 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 

CLASS of 



The Co-operative Council 



Com pi/ incuts 



of the 



Men 's Athletic Association 



To The Class of 1957 
rr Ma\ God smile upon you. 




To tke S 



eniors 



iSmootn iSailing 
with 



Calm S 



eas 



Compliments of 

CLASS of 1959 




Congratulations and the best of luck! We at Loring 
are proud of the part we have had in helping to make 
your classroom a permanent reminder of your school 
years, recording with photographs one of the happiest 
and most exciting times of your life! We hope that, 
just as you have chosen us as your class photographer, 
you will continue to think of Loring Studios when 
you want photographs to help you remember other 
momentous days to come! When you choose Loring 
portraits, you are sure of the finest craftsmanship at 
the most moderate prices! 



LORING STUDIOS 

New England's Largest School Photographers 



POUSSARD'S PHARMACY 

(Formerly Alley Drug Store) 

"Service with a Smile" 
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED 
335 Lafayette Street Pioneer 4-0577 


Compliments 
of 

SNOW'S BAKERY 

Pioneer 5-1074 


IVES GREENHOUSE 
Retail Florists 

Specializing in Cut Flowers and 
Distinctive Corsages 

Flowerphone Pioneer 4-4026 

Leonard B. Ives — William L. Ives 

256 Lafayette Street Salem 


RIMER'S 

Cleaning - Pressing - Dyeing 
Repairing 

DELIVERY SERVICE 

Pioneer 4-0125 
9 Leach Street Salem, Mass. 


Gatcnltu Dnuqqlst 

7 NORTH SHORE DRUG STORES 
Salem Clifton Marblehead Swampscott 


JOSEPH R. RICHARD 
Jeweler 

Certified Waster Watchmaker 

Near St. Joseph's Church 
122 Lafayette Street Salem 


LUSSIER PHARMACY 
Prescription Specialists 

Pioneer 4-3645 
112 Lafayette Street Salem 



YOU CAN'T MAKE A MISTAKE ON ANY 



PURCHASE YOU MAKE AT - 



A&P! 



This is more than a promise — it's a guarantee that you'll never risk a 
penny on any item you buy at A&P. At A&P the sale is never completed 
until you're completely satisfied. The sale must measure up to your every 
expectation — or, A&P will promptly refund your money — no questions 
asked. 

You can't make a mistake on any purchase you make at — 





of a 



FRIEND 



"Here's to All the Happy Honrs 
of the Class of '57!" 



THE 




LOG 



FIRST PLACE COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS 
ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE 

1938, 1942, 1943, 1947, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1956 and 1957 




State Teachers College Bookstore 



Best Wishes 


THE 


l—f I . J3C1 1 Jdl I 111 1 XjICgllldll, 


JALBERTS 


Optometrist 


Your Home 


Eyes Examined . . G'asees Prescribed 


A way 


Pioneer 4-5102 


From Home'''' 


126 Washington Street Salem 


16 Loring Ave. Salem, Mass. 



The Stanley Cafeteria 

The Finest and Most Modern Cafeteria on the North Shore 

FEATURING BROILED and FRIED SEAFOODS 
AT THEIR BEST — 
Open Daily 5 A.M. to 8 P.M. 
127 WASHINGTON STREET SALEM 



Compliments of 
SALEM FOODLAND, Inc. 

Washington Street 
Salem, Mass. 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1957 

PHILBRICK and 
HATFIELD 

Founded 1861 

78 Washington Street 
Salem, Mass. 



Best Wishes 



Beneficial Finance Co. 



J. ALAN ROSS 
Manager 



SALEM, MASS. 



P. J. BOYLE 

(Formerly H. M. Bixby Co.) 

Rugs - Carpets - Coverings 
and Linoleums 

294 Essex Street Pioneer 4-0272 


EMPIRE FURNITURE 
COMPANY 

Everything for the Home 

"Friendliest Store in Town" 

Essex Street South Salem 


THE PURITAN ARMS 
DINING ROOM 

"It's home cooked food reasonably 
priced" 

Luncheons and Dinners 

Pioneer 5-1199 
246 1 2 Essex Street Salem 


VICTOR D. THOMAS 
COMPANY 

Oil Burner Sales & Service 

20 Southwick Street Pioneer 4-2084 



ROGER CONANT CO-OPERATIVE BANK 

256 ESSEX STREET SALEM, MASS. 

Founded 1894 

HOME LOANS SYSTEMATIC SAVINGS 



SALEM SAVINGS BANK 

"The Bank with the Chime Clock" 
WHEN VACATION COMES 

Keep your Savings Account growing through the summer, so that you 
will have a substantial nest egg in the bank for going back to school, 
or starting your business career. 



L. (5. BALFOUR COMPANY 

"Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges" 

CLASS RINGS and PINS 

Commencement Invitations - Diplomas - Personal Cards 
Club Insignia - Medals and Trophies 

OFFICIAL JEWELERS TO CLASS OF 1957 
MR. WILLIAM R. ROWAN 
Attleboro, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 
F. N. OSBORNE CO., Inc. 
Heavy Steer Beef - Groceries 

FRESH FRUIT & VEGETABLES 

CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS 

Corner of School and Pleasant Sts. 
Marblehead, Mass. 

NE 2-0570 


Congratulations to 

THE CLASS OF 1957 

MAPLEWOOD DAIRY 

J. E. Hubley, Proprietor 
HAVERHILL. MASS. 


"MAIDENS OF THE ROUND TABLE" 


Ruth Weston 


Helen O'Brien 


Rosemary Gould 


Jean McCarthy 


Carolyn Sullivan 


Dorothy Fraser 


Ada Iskanian 


Jean Salvi 


Beverly Tuton 


Betty Kasprzyk 


Nora Rubenstein 


Rita Zampitella 


Christine Cuccinotta 


Valerie Miller 


Joan DeGeorge 






Betty Ann Burns 
Dodie Collins 
Barbara White 
Beverly Grant 
Dottie Barry 

CLOVER CLUB 



GOULD'S FLORIST 

rr Sax it with Gould's Flowers" 

BROADWAY LYNNFIELD 
LYnn 8-9521 



LAFAYETTE GIFT and 
STAMP SHOP 

Fine Selection of 
Shower and Wedding Gifts 

• Gifts of Distinction • Imports 

• Greeting Cards • Postage Stamps 

A Oi- A11_ m a o 1* 

• Stamp Albums • Stamp Supplies 

• Hand Knits 

110 Lafayette St. Salem 


BEAUTYLAND 
Hair Stylists 

"Open Every Evening" 

Pioneer 4-6164 
107 Lafayette Street Salem 


ZINA GOODELL CORP. 

Hardware - Housewares 
Garden Supplies 

Pioneer 4-0780 

BEVERLY — SALEM 
MARBLEHEAD 


Compliments 
of 

LANDER'S 
DELICATESSEN 

rf T cike-out Service" 
Pioneer 4-0418 


Rizzo's Spaghetteria 

Home of Famous Italian Dinners 

North Shore's Leading Italian-American Restaurant 

Air Conditioned for your Comfort 
31 CENTRAL STREET Pioneer 4-9542 


BARNETT FABRIC 
STORES, INC. 

Pioneer 4-1921 
6 Central Street Salem, Mass. 


LANDOLPHI'S 
RESTAURANT 

"Home of Baked Stuffed 
] umbo Shrimp" 

Cocktail Lounge 

Danvers, Mass. SPring 4-1208 



PAUL N. CHAPUT, INC. 

INSURANCE 

NORMAN R. AUGER, President and Treasurer 
Telephone Pioneer 4-0963 



Best Wishes 
from 

THE COMPASS 

-Dedicated to pointing the way during 
your stay at S.T.C. 



RICHARD H. GOWEN 
Pharmacist 

111 Western A"enue Lvrn Mass. 



Compliments of 

ALYCE'S 
Home Made Ice Cream 

23 DELICIOUS FLAVORS 
Salem. Mass. 



VINCENT 
POTATO CHIP CO., INC. 

POTATO CHIPS 
POTATO STICKS 
CHEESE VIMS 
POPCORN 

205 Highland Avenue 
Salem, Mass. Pioneer 5-1505 



MORNING CALL 

Alfred J. Thibault 
Proprietor 

6 A.M. - 6 P. M. 

20 St. Peter Street Salem 



Compliments 
of 

The Association 
for 

Childhood Education 



Brunelle Office Equipment Co., Inc. 

Agents for Underwood Products 

129 ESSEX STREET SALEM, MASS. 

Standard and Electric Typewriters 
Portable Typewriters - All Makes 
Complete Line of Office Furniture and Stationery Supplies 



SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS 

The Oldest Banking Institution in Salem 
for Complete Banking Service 

MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 
AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ALMYS 

Salem Danvers Beverly Gloucester 



L. H. ROGERS 

Fashions for 
Town and Country Living 

140 Essex Street Salem 


Best Wishes to the 
Graduating ( lass 

REID and HUGHES 

Q A T PT IWI 
O n Li C 1V1 


Com pli incuts 
of 

PARAMOUNT THEATER 

SALEM. 
MASSACHUSETTS 


NEWMARK'S 

SALEM 

Distinctive Apparel for Women 


M. H. BAKER 

181 Essex Street 
Salem 

.... The Fashion Center of 

The North Shore 


Best Wishes to the 
Graduating Class of 1957 

F. W. W00LW0RTH COMPANY 

ESSEX STREET SALEM 



The 
CAFETERIA 
ASSOCIATES 


Compliments 

of 

GENERAL WELFARE 
COMMITTEE 


Bachelors Protective 
Association 

Jim M. Bill M. 
Chet Al 
Bill C. Dick D. 
Miles Jean 
Dick F. Paul H. 

Tprry Dnn 
j ci i y J—/ \J 1 1 

Jim W. Dick C. 
Chick 


Compliments 
of 

BOOK CLUB 


Compliments 
of 

The FOOTUGHTERS 

Salem Teachers Dramatic Club 


Good Luck 
NANCY 

from the rest of the 

SOBO CREW 

Betty Timmie Phyl 
Gerry Marilou 


Best Wishes 
to the 

SENIOR CLASS 
Future Teachers of America 



Compliments 
of 

W. T. GRANT COMPANY 


SALEM RUBBER 
COMPANY 

Athletic Equipment 


BERNARD'S JEWELERS 

173 ESSEX STREET 
SALEM 


BESSE'S APPAREL 

rr Apparel of Distinction" 
Pioneer 4-5338 
141 Essex Street Salem 


Compliments 
of 

HOTEL HAWTHORNE 

Salem, Mass. 


THE S. K. SMITH CO. 

Producers of 
"MOLLOY-MADE" COVERS 

2857 North Western Avenue 
Chicago 18, Illinois 

Designing and Planning 
of 1957 CLIPPER 

52 Vanderbilt Avenue 
New York 17 New York 


$1.00 Opens a 
Savings Share Account With Us 

• You may become a Dividend 

earning Shareholder 

• Shares Fully Insured 

SALEM CO-OPERATIVE 
BANK 

71 Washington Street 
Corner Church Street 


> SAVINGS BANK < 



"We offer complete banking service" 

The Merchants National Bank 
of Salem 

SALEM MASSACHUSETTS 



"Good Food for over 2) years" 

Luther Witham, Inc 

Caterers 

441 CHATHAM STREET, 
LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS 



Don't forget us . . . 

We won't forget yon I 

The Alumni Committee 



Best Wishes for a melodious and harmonious career' 

The Music Clubs of S.T.C. 



WILFRED J. POITRAS 

and SON 
INSURANCE AGENCY, 
INC. 

INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS 
REAL ESTATE 
Pioneer 4-6143 
260A Washington Street Salem 


IDA'S BEAUTY SALON 

Compliments 
of 

Alice and Patricia L'Heureux 
223 Washington St. Salem. Mass. 
Pioneer 4-9540 


A. G. RODERICK 
TAXI & TRUCKING 

Local and Long Distance 

Pioneer 4-0700 
200 Washington St. Salem 


Wiring For Power, Light And Heat 

LEE & OSBORN, INC. 

Established 1910 
Pioneer 4-0761 
197-210 Washington St. Salem 

Westinghouse Electrical 
Appliances 


THE SALEM EVENING NEWS 

covers 

The Activities of State Teachers College 

As well as the news from the 
Communities Surrounding Salem 


CAMERA SUPPLY 
SHOP, INC. 

Photo- Wallets from your Graduation 
Pictures — 20 for $1.25 

Pioneer 4-5269 

10 Norman Street Salem 

(Opposite the Post Office) 


CHADWICK'S 
RESTAURANT 

"The Best for Less" 

Pioneer 4-9837 
33 New Derby Street 



Compliments 

of 

TORINO'S 
Fine Foods - Choice Beverages 

Corner of Harbor St. and Congress St. 
Salem, Mass. 


Pizzas 
Italian Dinners 

Sea Foods 
Choice Beverages 

BERTINI'S Inc. 

286 Canal Street Salem, Mass. 


PARADISE 

"Inexpensive food at its finest" 
Try our own Ice Cream 

SALEM 


Compliments 
of 

SALEM DINER 

SALEM, 
MASSACHUSETTS 


"May there be many fair days 
in the future." 

THE WEATHER CLUB 


Pat The 

Claire 

Rosemarie U 
Elaine T 
Pat S 


North Shore's Largest 
Bowling Alley 

THE METRO BOWL 
34 

Modern Alleys 

63 Foster Street JE 1-9734 

Air Conditioner! Milk Rar 

Special Arrangements for Leagues 
Open Week Days and Sundays 


Compliments 
of 

VICTORIA LUNCH 

Maravelias Bros., Proprietors 
50 Market Square LYnn 5-9244 



DESOHAMI'S liliOS. 



PRINTER/ 




() INew Derby Street - Salem, (Massachusetts 
Telephone Pioneer 4-2152 



THE WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 





t 




HOTEL EDISON 



LYnn 5-1500 LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS 



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